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21 prospects the NY Jets can study up close at the 2022 Senior Bowl

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19. NY Jets target: Brian Robinson Jr., RB, Alabama

Hassan Haskins isn't the only powerful running back that will look to make a name for himself at the Senior Bowl. Alabama's Brian Robinson Jr. will also be in attendance, and if you watched any game of his this season, you'll know just how mean and nasty of a runner he is.

Robinson is never going to have breakaway speed, but his contact balance and raw power make him very difficult to take down on first or even second contact. The Jets could really use another running back like that.

20. NY Jets target: Boye Mafe, EDGE, Minnesota

Robert Saleh has made it clear over the course of his career that he loves deep defensive line rotations, so expect him to work overtime with the defensive linemen at the Senior Bowl.

Minnesota's Boye Mafe is an intriguing Day 3 developmental pass rusher who has the physical tools to be a very productive NFL player, but is lacking from a technical standpoint.

21. NY Jets target: Darian Kinnard, OL, Kentucky

The last prospect we're going to look at is Kentucky offensive lineman Darian Kinnard. Kinnard has spent most of his college career at right tackle, but many project him as more of a guard at the next level.

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Either way, the massive 6-foot-5, 345-pound monster that is Kinnard could add yet another young building block to a promising Jets offensive line. Whether the Jets see him as a tackle or as a guard, he should be a target.

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