The NY Jets are just over a month removed from what proved to be an eventful 2021 NFL Draft in which the team added numerous players who could prove to be cornerstones for the foreseeable future.
A potential franchise quarterback in Zach Wilson, a hopeful stalwart offensive lineman in Alijah Vera-Tucker, and two playmakers who should play a featured role on offense in Elijah Moore and Michael Carter highlight an impactful draft class for Gang Green.
But despite the changes that general manager Joe Douglas has made to the roster during his time with the organization, it's clear that there is still work to be done.
Following a dismal 2-14 campaign a year ago, it became evident that the Jets weren't going to be able to fix everything in just one offseason — even coupled with the expected coaching staff overhaul.
As such, the Jets will look to next offseason to further address the most prominent roster holes.
And even though we may be over 10 months away from the 2022 NFL Draft, it's always fun to look to the future, especially when it comes to the draft.
There is no accurate way to gauge what the Jets' roster will look like at the end of the upcoming season and what prospects could ascend or descend up/down draft boards over the course of the next year or so.
But this is going to be a fun exercise, nonetheless.
Let's take a look at four positions that Jets could look to address in the 2022 NFL Draft.