Kiper also talked about the Jets need at right tackle.
“If they want a right tackle, you’ve got to move down a little bit and look at Bobby Massie from Ole Miss,” Kiper said. “I don’t know if they’ll go that route but that could be another option. When you think about the rounds after the first I would have to think right tackle would be heavily in the discussion and Bobby Massie would be perfect. He could be an immediate hole filler at that spot and a heck of a player coming out of Ole Miss.”
Check out our preview of Bobby Massie here.
In that post I outlined why I don’t think Massie is a great fit for our team. Moving on to the rest, I want to thank Kiper for telling us what we already know. The Jets have concerns in that have to be addressed, really? Wouldn’t have known. I know it’s his job, but he could give us some thoughts that aren’t known by everyone.
Maybe next he can tell us that the locker room needs more harmony.
Topics: Alan Schechter, Bobby Massie, Deensive End, Edge Pass Rusher, Laron Landry, Mark Barron, Mel Kiper Jr., Michael Brockers, NY Jets, Ny Jets Draft, Outside Linebacker, Santonio Holmes, Shonn Greene, Wide Receiver