Feb 22, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Southern California wide receiver Marqise Lee speaks at the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports

Mike Huguenin Mock Draft: The New York Jets Select............


Mike Huguenin is relatively new to the mock draft scene. He is a college football correspondent for College Football 24/7. He has written on the sport for 28 years for places such as Yahoo! and the Sporting News. He put out his first mock draft of the season, and he has made a very familiar pick.

MARQISE LEE, WR USC

Jets searching for someone — anyone — to provide some big plays.

Take a look at Mike’s entire draft by clicking here.

We have said it before with other drafts that have chosen Marqise Lee.  Nobody will be upset if this is the move that is made.  The Jets need playmakers.  Marqise Lee is a playmaker.  The equation is not hard to understand.  He could step right in and be an asset on offense.

Looking at Mike’s scenario, there is one pick that makes one question the Jets taking Lee.  Two picks later, Eric Ebron is taken.  Ebron is widely touted as a special talent at tight end that could be one of the top we have seen.  One scout felt he could be better than Jimmy Graham.

The Jets might be compelled to take Ebron in the attached draft, which wouldn’t disappoint either.

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  • Paul Newbold

    While I’d love Ebron or one of the top wide receivers for the Jets at #18. I am concerned who they plan to start opposite Milliner? The top two corners are projected to go just ahead of the Jets at #18. Can they find an immediate starter in the second? They may have forced themselves to go defense in the first and wait until the second to grab a receiver. You know Rex will be screaming for corners!

    • Alan Schechter

      He will definitely, and just before I wrote to you Paul, Cimini said they are having Justin Gilbert in for a visit so you may be absolutely right.