8. Henry To'oTo'o, LB, Alabama
The Jets could look to add to their linebacker room this offseason, and one player I'd love to see the team target as their MIKE linebacker of the future is Alabama's Henry To'oTo'o.
To'oTo'o is an intelligent, instinctive linebacker prospect who offers consistency as a tackler with the athleticism and play recognition to become a three-down starter in the NFL. Bring me To'oTo'o on Day 2 of the draft.
7. O'Cyrus Torrence, OG, Florida
A popular pick for the Jets in mock drafts, I'm not quite as high on O'Cyrus Torrence as others, but his physicality in the run game cannot be overlooked. The dude is a mauler and one of the best run-blockers in this year's draft.
There are concerns about Torrence's lateral agility and his fit in anything other than a power-run scheme, but his raw strength and run-blocking prowess will find him a home in the NFL.
6. Darnell Wright, OT, Tennessee
In a pretty talented offensive line class, Tennessee's Darnell Wright has seemingly gotten overlooked. Wright is an experienced, technically-skilled offensive tackle prospect who has played both left and right tackle.
He projects better as a right tackle in the NFL, and while he may not have the upside of guys like Broderick Jones, Wright should be able to step in as an early starter at the next level. He should be receiving more attention.
5. Keeanu Benton, iDL, Wisconsin
Defensive tackle is a low-key need for the Jets this offseason with Sheldon Rankins, Solomon Thomas, and Nathan Shepherd all set to hit free agency. My personal favorite defensive tackle draft option for the Jets right now is Keeanu Benton.
Benton is one of the best run-stuffers in this year's class, and he has the athleticism to continue developing his pass-rush arsenal. Think of this as the Foley Fatukasi replacement the Jets never added last offseason.