The New York Jets hold the No. 48 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Here are the top three options for the team to consider in round two.
The New York Jets don’t own a great track record in selecting good players in the second round of the NFL Draft historically:
- Christian Hackenberg, quarterback, Penn State (51st overall in 2016)
- Devin Smith, wide receiver, Ohio State (37th overall in 2015)
- Jace Amaro, tight end, Texas Tech (49th overall in 2014)
- Geno Smith, quarterback, West Virginia (39th overall in 2013)
- Stephen Hill, wide receiver, Georgia Tech (43rd overall in 2012)
- Vlad Ducasse, offensive tackle, Massachusets (61st overall in 2010)
The good news is Marcus Maye (who was drafted 39th overall in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft) looks like a keeper. They’ll be hoping to change the overall narrative in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft with the 48th overall pick.
Over the next several weeks we’ll be providing the top three options for the New York Jets to consider in each round of the 2020 NFL Draft that they hold picks in.
We evaluated the top three options for the team to consider in round one of the 2020 NFL Draft here. Now we’ll evaluate the top three options for the green and white to consider in the second round.