Analyzing all 26 NFL Draft prospects the NY Jets hosted on a top-30 visit

Every prospect who has met with the Jets so far
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The NY Jets are just one week away from the 2024 NFL Draft, and while the team is finalizing its draft board, they're still meeting with some of their top targets in this year's class.

Each NFL team is allowed to bring up to 30 prospects in for what are commonly referred to as top-30 visits. During these visits, teams are able to host prospects at their team facility and engage in anything from formal interviews to physicals.

The prospects that partake in these visits aren't necessarily the top 30 players on each team's draft board as the name would suggest. Instead, these are players the teams clearly have significant interest in drafting, to the point that they want to bring them in to learn more about them.

Consider it a job interview of sorts. The Jets have brought in 26 known prospects for top-30 visits to this point, and we're going to take a brief look at each of them.

From consensus top-10 picks to Day 3/UDFA prospects, here's a look at all 26 players the Jets have hosted on official top-30 visits at the time of writing.

List of NY Jets top 30 visits in the 2024 NFL Draft

Michael Pratt, QB, Tulane

A four-year starter at Tulane, Michael Pratt is an ideal mid-round quarterback prospect for a team in search of a possible cheap backup. Pratt isn't the most physically gifted quarterback, but he makes up for it with experience, accuracy, and anticipation, making him a perfect developmental backup.

Jordan Travis, QB, Florida State

Jordan Travis was one of the most exciting and dynamic players in college football during his senior season at Florida State. Travis is another mid-round quarterback prospect who has intriguing athletic traits and leadership qualities if the medicals check out (he suffered a broken ankle in November).

Michael Hiers, QB, Samford

Michael Hiers has a chance to be a late Day 3 pick, but it's more likely the Jets are looking at him as a potential undrafted signing/camp tryout. Hiers was a productive player at the FCS level and has the accuracy to stick around on an NFL roster despite his lackluster size (6-foot-1, 205 pounds).