The NY Jets could target these three positions in next year’s 2021 NFL Draft.
NY Jets‘ general manager Joe Douglas seems to have done an excellent job in his first draft with the organization. Of course, it will likely be years before we truly have a feel for just how well he did.
But on the surface, the initial output seems strong.
From addressing some of the team’s biggest needs in the first couple of rounds to landing some excellent mid-round value, Douglas seemed to maximize his resources — for the most part — and improve the roster as a whole.
However, that doesn’t mean that there isn’t still work to be done.
Even if everything goes right in 2020, the Jets’ roster is likely still at least a year away from competing. The roster was incredibly flawed going into the offseason meaning that there was only so much Douglas could do.
After all, you only have a certain amount of cap space and a limited amount of draft capital. Fixing the roster in one offseason was always going to be an impossible task.
So even though it may be far too early to predict what will happen in a year from now, what positions could the Jets be looking to address next April?
We take a look at three positions the Jets could target in the 2021 NFL Draft.