7 NY Jets whose stock is soaring after 2024 mandatory minicamp

These Jets really impressed this spring
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OTAs have come and gone. Mandatory minicamp is in the books. The NY Jets have completed the spring portion of their offseason program — next stop: training camp.

Jets players will have over a month off before the team reconvenes for training camp in late July. The first official day of Jets training camp is scheduled for July 23, giving players plenty of time to rest up ahead of what promises to be an eventful 2024 season.

But before we get to training camp, it's important to take a look back at what already happened this spring. Which players improved their stock? Which players saw their stock plummet?

Let's take a look at seven of the biggest Jets standouts from spring practices now that mandatory minicamp is officially over.

7. Tyron Smith, LT, NY Jets

The Jets are understandably being cautious with Tyron Smith this season, keeping the future Hall of Fame left tackle on a limited practice plan to ensure he stays healthy throughout the course of the year.

That plan already took shape this spring, with Smith sitting out for a few practices during OTAs and minicamp. When he was out there, however, Smith looked every bit like one of the best left tackles in the NFL.

The Athletic's Zack Rosenblatt insisted that Smith was "utterly dominant" this spring, noting that the 33-year-old was rarely beaten during individual or team drills.

Combine that with his obvious leadership and Smith is one of the most valuable and important players on the Jets' roster. There are no signs of rust or age affecting his performance — the Jets will do everything to keep him healthy this season.