Round 2, 38th Overall, NY Jets: David Bell, WR, Purdue
Purdue's David Bell is one of the most technically-sound route-runners in this draft. While not a dominant athlete, Bell offers a high-floor skill set complete with good length, excellent ball skills, and top-tier route running.
The Jets will likely look to add another starting wide receiver this offseason and a trio of Bell, Elijah Moore, and Corey Davis looks very promising on paper.
Round 3, 69th Overall, NY Jets: Jeremy Ruckert, TE, Ohio State
Expect the Jets to address the tight end position in a big way this offseason, and it wouldn't be surprising to see them turn to the Senior Bowl in search of their next young tight end.
Ohio State's Jeremy Ruckert is a local product from Long Island who was underutilized in Ohio State's offense. He has an absurd catch radius, sticky hands, and is a willing blocker making him a very enticing pick at this spot.
Round 4, 109th Overall, NY Jets: Cam Taylor-Britt, CB, Nebraska
The Jets don't seem to see the cornerback position as the need that many fans do, but they'll still likely address it. Nebraska's Cam Taylor-Britt offers a very intriguing blend of length and athleticism that makes him one of the more undervalued cornerbacks in this class.
Taylor-Britt could immediately compete for starting reps as a rookie adding further depth and youth to a promising Jets cornerback unit.