Best players remaining for NY Jets after NFL Draft Day 1

The Jets still have some top targets available on Day 2
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8. Dominick Puni, OL, Kansas

If the Jets do draft another offensive lineman on Day 2, Kansas' Dominick Puni makes a ton of sense. Puni is a super versatile offensive line prospect who started games at left tackle, right tackle, and left guard in college.

Most project Puni as a guard at the next level, but he has the ability to play tackle in a pinch. He's an option on Day 2 if the Jets are dead set on continuing to upgrade their offensive line depth.

7. Keon Coleman, WR, Florida State

Keon Coleman has a chance to be the first player taken on Day 2 of the draft, meaning that the Jets might have to trade up quite a bit if they want to grab him. Nonetheless, he is still one of the best feasible targets available.

Coleman's route-running is still a work in progress, but he's a physically dominant wide receiver with excellent body control. He can essentially function as a future Mike Williams replacement and a potential Allen Lazard upgrade.

6. Malachi Corley, WR, Western Kentucky

Malachi Corley is one of the more polarizing prospects in this year's class. Some see him as a Deebo Samuel clone who could have a similar impact at the next level. Others see him as an unrefined gadget player who doesn't have a defined role.

Nonetheless, Corley's dynamic playmaking ability makes him an intriguing target for the Jets on Day 2. He's another player they'd likely have to trade up to grab.

5. Johnny Newton, DT, Illinois

The Jets almost certainly aren't going to be drafting Johnny Newton, but his slide outside of the first round remains one of the more surprising takeaways from the draft's first night.

Newton is an undersized but exciting 3-tech prospect who has a high ceiling in the NFL. I'm sure Robert Saleh would love to have him on the Jets' roster, but it's hard to see the team trading up to the beginning of the second round for a defensive lineman.