4. Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma
Another hulking offensive lineman who impressed on Tuesday is Oklahoma's Tyler Guyton. Guyton stands at a whopping 6-foot-7, 328 pounds, with the size and athleticism to be an All-Pro at the next level.
He showcased his physical gifts on Tuesday and proved that he may be less of a project than many believed. ESPN's Matt Miller called Guyton "the obvious best player on the field during the American [Team] practice."
Guyton only has one year of starting experience at right tackle, but the Texans native was dominant, not allowing a single sack all year. What he lacks in experience, he more than makes up for in upside.
Guyton is seen as a possible first-round pick right now, but it wouldn't be surprising to see him enter top-20 conversations (if he's not already there) soon enough. He's a potential trade-down target for the Jets.
3. Roman Wilson, WR, Michigan
If the Jets don't add an offensive lineman in the first round of the draft, the safe bet is to assume they target a wide receiver. One player who should absolutely be on their radar after Tuesday's practice is Roman Wilson.
Wilson was overshadowed during his time in Michigan's run-heavy offense, failing to top 800 yards in a season, but he's a prime candidate for a player who should be much more productive as a pro.
ESPN's Jordan Reid referred to Wilson as the "top riser" in Tuesday's practice, as the 22-year-old dominated in one-on-one drills before continuing his strong day in team drills.
Wilson was seen as a borderline Day 2/3 prospect going into the week, but he has a case to improve his stock a ton in Mobile. He could be a target for the Jets in the middle rounds of the draft.