New York Jets Three Round Mock Draft

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Feb 1, 2012; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Christian Barrett poses in front of a mock NFL draft set during Play 60 Kids Day at the NFL Experience at the Indiana Convention Center. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-US PRESSWIRE

The draft is a few hours away. The time to speculate is almost over, and we will finally find out who the newest New York Jets are going to be. After the different scenarios I have given through mock drafts and draft spotlights, today, I am going to give you my take on the first three rounds of the draft. I am not going to try to predict the picks at the end of the draft as the Jets have far too many, so I am going to stick with 3 rounds. So here it goes, my three round Jets mock draft.

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