5. NY Jets target: Drake London, WR, USC
There is no consensus when it comes to this year's wide receiver class. For some teams, USC's Drake London might be WR1. For others, he might not even be a first-round prospect.
That's why the Combine will be so important for a prospect like London who has some concerns about his play speed. If London runs a sub-4.55, he might just solidify his status as one of the best wide receivers in this class.
6. NY Jets target: Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas
Treylon Burks is another player in a similar boat to London. While teams aren't as concerned about his speed and he should run a healthy 40 time, it will be interesting to see what his three-cone ends up as.
Burks has the size/speed combination to be a dangerous threat in any offense, but given that he does most of his work after the catch, teams will want to see his agility tests support the tape.
7. NY Jets target: Greg Dulcich, TE, UCLA
This tight end class is wide open for someone to emerge as the consensus TE1. And while most assume that player will be Trey McBride or any of the other hyped prospects, don't forget about UCLA's Greg Dulcich.
Dulcich is one of the most athletically gifted tight ends in this class and he could earn himself a lot of money with a standout performance at this year's event.
8. NY Jets target: David Ojabo, EDGE, Michigan
A former high school teammate of 2021 first-round pick Odafe Oweh, David Ojabo could tear up the Combine the same way Oweh did last year.
Ojabo is admittedly a little rough around the edges, but he's the type of prospect the Combine was made for. This week will provide him with the opportunity to wow scouts with his athleticism and raw physical ability.