Nov 9, 2013; Berkeley, CA, USA; Southern California Trojans receiver Marqise Lee (9) before the game against the California Golden Bears at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Bucky Brooks Mock Draft 4.0: New York Jets Select Marqise Lee


We have looked at the mock draft of NFL analyst Bucky Brooks before. It’s the season of the mock draft, as everyone, including myself, is putting one out with regular updates. With the draft not taking place until May, it just give more time for the release of more drafts, until we finally hit night one from Radio City Music Hall.

Bucky Brooks’ mock draft is very interesting. First, let’s take a look at his pick for our New York Jets:

MARQISE LEE, WR, USC

Eric Decker gives the Jets offense a steady presence on the perimeter, but the passing game still lacks an explosive playmaker. Lee is a dynamic receiver with the speed and running skills to thrive in New York’s version of the West Coast offense.

We have seen this choice in many places before. Lee is a dynamic offensive weapon that will be an immediate asset to Marty Mornhinweg’s offense. Nobody would have any real complaint with this pick here.

Now, let’s see where things get interesting. Take a look at Brooks’ entire mock by clicking here.

So, when reviewing his mock, what do you see?  Or, more accurately, what don’t you see?

Any quarterbacks!  That’s what you don’t see.

In Brooks’ latest prediction, he has every one of the quarterbacks falling out of the first round.  What do you guys think?  I could see Bridgewater taking a nosedive after his Pro Day, but Manziel and Bortles?  Is this scenario possible, that these two, and every other quarterback, falls out of the first round?

I don’t see it, how about you?

Tags: 2014 Nfl Draft Marqise Lee New York Jets Nfl Mock Draft USC

  • Speaksnow

    Right, Cleveland at 26 is going to pass on every QB in the draft. Seems to me Brook’s is trying to get attention by being controversial. He can say that he doesn’t believe any QBs are worth a first round pick, but he can’t possibly say everyone will pass on them.

  • Paul Newbold

    He must have been smoking the ganja….there is no way the first round unfolds like this. Besides in my opinion CB far out weighs WR in the first at this point. They created the hole themselves, and then didn’t fill it via free agency. A starting corner is needed badly! They may have forced themselves into trading up to grab Gilbert or Dennard in the first. WR may have moved out of the top priority for this team.