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 have met with these WRs

Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Perhaps the most high-profile player the Jets have met with, Malik Nabers is a potential top-five pick in this year's draft. The LSU star was a Unanimous All-American in 2023 and has all the makings of an All-Pro receiver at the next level. The Jets probably have to trade up to draft him.

Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

Rome Odunze is another expected top-10 pick in this year's draft. He has a slight chance to fall to the Jets at No. 10 overall, but much like with Nabers, they might have to trade up to land him as well. Odunze is a superstar X receiver with All-Pro potential.

Troy Franklin, WR, Oregon

The Jets brought in four projected Day 2 wide receivers for top-30 visits, the first of which being Oregon's Troy Franklin. At 6-foot-1, 176 pounds, Franklin has a thin frame, but he's a big play waiting to happen with game-breaking speed and excellent YAC ability.

Roman Wilson, WR, Michigan

Another expected Day 2 pick, Roman Wilson has been a steady riser throughout the pre-draft process, making a name for himself at the Senior Bowl. Wilson is a speedy and refined slot receiver who should be more productive in the pros than he was at Michigan.

Malachi Corley, WR, Western Kentucky

The most popular pre-draft player comp this year has been Malachi Corley to Deebo Samuel. Corley is a dynamic receiver who thrives with the ball in his hands. While his catch radius is limited and his route tree isn't diverse, he's a special athlete who plays with a running back's mentality.

Brenden Rice, WR, USC

The son of NFL legend Jerry Rice, Brenden Rice is a physical jump-ball receiver with outstanding athletic traits. He's still developing as a route runner, but he can find a role early as a red-zone threat. This is a potential Allen Lazard replacement on Day 2.