7. NY Jets target: Trey McBride, TE, Colorado State
Another one of the top tight end prospects in this year's class, many will have Colorado State's Trey McBride as their TE1. Easily the most productive tight end in his class, McBride finished with 86 catches and 1,017 yards in what was a breakout senior season.
There isn't one thing that McBride does at an elite level, but he's a well-rounded tight end who was incredibly productive in college. That alone will likely get him drafted on Day 2, perhaps by the Jets.
8. NY Jets target: Zion Johnson, OG, Boston College
Boston College has put out some really good offensive line prospects in recent years, and Zion Johnson has the chance to be the next great one.
Johnson is widely seen as a fringe Day 1/Day 2 prospect, and with the Jets looking for their right guard of the future, the athletic BC product makes a ton of sense.
9. NY Jets target: Derion Kendrick, CB, Georgia
Roger McCreary is probably the best cornerback at the Senior Bowl this year, but he's far from the only one who should hear his name called early in the draft.
Georgia's Derion Kendrick will be somewhat of a controversial prospect, but he has the tools and raw talent to be a special player at the NFL. Just how early the former Clemson standout comes off the board could depend on his performance in Mobile.