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NY Jets: 3 storylines to follow at 2021 mandatory minicamp

NY Jets, Zach Wilson
NY Jets, Zach Wilson / Chris Pedota, via Imagn
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NY Jets, Zach Wilson
NY Jets, Zach Wilson / Chris Pedota, via Imagn

1. Will the NY Jets rookies continue to impress?

It's still early, but the Jets have to be impressed with the play of their rookie class so far this spring. When discussing the notable standouts from OTAs, it's hard not to immediately jump to the rookies.

No one was more impressive than second-round pick Elijah Moore.

Moore was the true star of OTAs looking every part of the superstar the Jets believe he will be. From his diving 40-yard grab to his dynamic ability after the catch, Moore looked like a future All-Pro during OTAs.

Will he continue that success this week? That's something the Jets are eager to find out.

The same goes for second overall pick Zach Wilson who put together a strong start to his Jets career. Wilson was efficient and effective during OTAs flashing his arm talent and looking the part.

Perhaps he was a little overshadowed by Moore at OTAs, but all eyes will be on Wilson this week.

Other rookies who impressed at OTAs and will look to continue doing so in minicamp are both Michael Carters and linebacker Hamsah Nasirildeen.

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The Jets' rookie class found early success at OTAs. Let's see if they can continue to impress this week during mandatory minicamp.