The NY Jets have had a number of players stand out thus far in training camp.
The NY Jets are officially two weeks away from the start of the 2020 regular season. An abbreviated training camp has already reached its midway point and teams are gearing up for Week 1.
That includes the Jets who are doing their best to prepare for a season that promises to be like no other before. Unfortunately, it hasn’t been an easy offseason for them or really any team.
The lack of a preseason, minicamp, and OTAs has meant that training camp — a shortened one at that — has been the only opportunity for teams to practice on the field together.
While virtual meetings are better than nothing, they’re hardly a substitute for on-field reps.
That’s made what happens on the field in training camp all the more important. Unheralded players are looking to make the most of their limited opportunities while returning starters are looking to establish their roles on the team in 2020.
That being said, some have obviously fared better than others.
The Jets have certainly had their fair share of training camp duds, but for the most part, it’s been encouraging to see a large number of players step up and improve their stock.
Some players who you won’t find on this list who have also impressed are cornerback Quincy Wilson, wide receivers Breshad Perriman and Lawrence Cager, running back Frank Gore, and tight end Trevon Wesco.
Now with the honorable mentions out of the way, let’s take a look at the Jets’ three biggest studs from training camp so far.