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 DBs

Max Melton, CB, Rutgers

A South Jersey native and Rutgers product, Max Melton is an explosive cornerback with plus-ball skills and the ability to play press-man coverage despite his small stature. Melton is a potential Day 2 pick, so it's hard to see the Jets actually drafting him, but he would be a fun addition to an already stacked cornerback room nonetheless.

Qwan’Tez Stiggers, CB, Toronto Argonauts

Qwan’Tez Stiggers' journey to the NFL has taken him through the Fan Controlled Football league (Google it) and the CFL's Toronto Argonauts. Stiggers never played college ball, but still at just 22 years old and with an intriguing athletic profile, some team might take a chance on him on Day 3.

Micah Abraham, CB, Marshall

Micah Abraham was a productive three-year starter at Marshall who racked up 10 interceptions over his final two seasons. At 5-foot-9, 185 pounds, Abraham is likely a backup nickel cornerback/special-teams option for the Jets and a possible late Day 3 pick or undrafted signing.

Jaden Hicks, S, Washington State

Many teams view Jaden Hicks as the best safety in an overall weak class. Hicks is a rangy, downhill safety with excellent size and athleticism. He's expected to be an early Day 2 pick, but if the Jets really want to address their safety room, this would be the way to do it.

Evan Williams, S, Oregon

Evan Williams is an undersized box safety who plays with physicality and an alpha mentality. With 45 career collegiate starts under his belt, Williams can carve out an early role on special teams with the potential to develop into a Chuck Clark replacement as a Day 3 pick.