Round 1, 1st Overall, NY Jets: Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson
Fortunately, this pick won’t be changing even with our restrictions.
The Jets will hire a new head coach in the offseason and will pair that head coach with a brand new young quarterback to develop. As of right now, that quarterback will be Trevor Lawrence.
You’ve heard it all before. Lawrence is one of the greatest quarterback prospects the NFL has ever seen and he will be the No. 1 overall pick this April. That’s a belief that has been shared by many for pretty much the last two years.
Possessing elite arm talent, intelligence, touch, athleticism, and pretty much everything that makes a franchise quarterback, Lawrence is the complete package and should develop into one of the best quarterbacks in the league before long.
The 21-year-old will either be the quarterback of the Jets or Jacksonville Jaguars next season. For the Jets’ sake, they’ll be hoping that they manage to land this truly generational prospect.
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Round 1, 25th Overall, NY Jets: Wyatt Davis, iOL, Ohio State
The board fell in our favor as the Jets were able to snag one of the best interior offensive lineman prospects with their second first-round pick.
Ohio State’s Wyatt Davis is an absolute mauler of a guard who asserts his dominance with his physical play style and raw power. Davis is a fluid athlete and technically-sound blocker who has all the tools needed to be an All-Pro at the next level.
Football stardom runs in his family as his grandfather is NFL Hall of Famer Willie Davis. No wonder why it all seems to come so naturally to him.
Positional value could drop him in the draft, but it seems unlikely that he manages to fall all the way to pick No. 26, at least at this stage. But we don’t choose the picks in front of us, we just react.
In this offense-only mock draft, it was a dream to see Davis fall to the Jets at this pick.