Heading into his third training camp with the New York Jets, punter Lachlan Edwards will continue making a name for himself one punt at a time.
So far in his tenure with the New York Jets, punter Lachlan Edwards has been as consistent as they come. Not only has Edwards developed nicely in his sophomore season last year, but the Jets are so confident in his ability to get the job done, they didn’t bother bringing in any competition for him in training camp.
Edwards will pick up exactly where he left off from last year as he has an incredible boot and precision to pin opponents deep in their own territory. Edwards is coming off his best season yet as he continues to be a force to reckon with when it comes to punting.
Here is his full profile heading into Jets training camp.
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2017 SEASON REVIEW
Last year with the Jets, Edwards totaled 4,378 punt yards, 94 punts, and had his longest punt be a 70-yard bomb. Edwards started in all 16 games for the Jets.
2018 SEASON OUTLOOK
Edwards will continue to be consistent when it comes to everything he brings to the table. Not only will Edwards continue to start for the Jets but will continue to make a name for himself.
TRAINING CAMP PREDICTION
The Jets didn’t bother to bring in another punter to compete with Edwards in training camp since they know he’s already starting material and gives them a big advantage against opponents every single time he punts. Expect to see Edwards make the final roster of the Jets and be their starting punter this upcoming season.