The NY Jets have officially completed the on-field portion of their spring workouts. They will conduct one final day of mandatory minicamp on Thursday, but it won't consist of any on-field drills.
Next stop, training camp.
Given the lack of OTAs and minicamp at this time a year ago, 2021 spring practices were even more important this year. Especially given the state of the Jets organization.
A new coaching staff was brought in this offseason to help continue the franchise makeover. They will be joined by a new quarterback and a number of new faces on both sides of the ball.
As always, there were a number of players who stood out as a result of their performances this spring. The likes of Elijah Moore and Keelan Cole emerged as two of the team's most impressive players.
The same could be said for rookie quarterback Zach Wilson who made a strong first impression with his team. However, those three have been heavily publicized. We all know just how good each of them was.
But what about some of the other players who stood out, yet might not have received the same level of hype as their teammates?
We take a look at four of the Jets' most under-the-radar standouts from both OTAs and minicamp.