12. NY Jets target: Coby Bryant, CB, Cincinnati
The Jets absolutely don't need to address the cornerback position after drafting Sauce Gardner, but how fun would it be to pair him with his former college position-mate?
Cincinnati's Coby Bryant is one of the top remaining prospects at any position. He's a high-floor prospect who would be a steal at this stage of the draft, even if he wouldn't fill an immediate need.
11. NY Jets target: Kellen Diesch, OT, Arizona State
It's somewhat surprising that the Jets haven't addressed their offensive tackle depth yet, especially given how interested they were in NC State's Ikem Ekwonu. I'd expect them to target an offensive tackle at some point on Day 3.
Arizona State's Kellen Diesch is an ideal developmental swing tackle with great size/length (6-foot-7, 303 pounds) and plenty of athleticism. He's a work in progress as a run blocker, but his athleticism gives him a high ceiling in pass protection.
10. NY Jets target: JoJo Domann, LB, Nebraska
JoJo Domann fits the profile of what the Jets look for at the linebacker position. At 6-foot-1, 228 pounds, Domann is a former college safety (sound familiar?) who possesses plenty of speed and athleticism.
However, he does turn 25-years-old before the season even starts. His age could be a major turn-off for a Jets team that could use a talent like him on defense.
9. NY Jets target: Zach Tom, OL, Wake Forest
The Jets could bolster their offensive line depth in a big way by adding the incredibly versatile Zach Tom. Tom has experience starting at both center and left tackle in college and could realistically play all five positions on the line.
If the Jets see Tom as more of a true center, he could eventually be groomed to take over for Connor McGovern. If not, he would add a ton of value as a versatile backup who can provide depth at all five spots.