NY Jets Day 3 picks: When do the Jets pick next in the NFL Draft?

When do the Jets pick today?
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The NY Jets have managed to make quite an impact over the first two days of the 2024 NFL Draft despite the fact that they've only made two picks to this point.

The Jets moved down one spot on Day 1 of the draft, selecting Penn State left tackle Olu Fashanu with the 11th overall pick. Fashanu gives the Jets some much-needed offensive line depth in the short term while hopefully serving as the team's left tackle of the future.

The Jets then traded up seven spots in the third round of the draft on Friday to land Western Kentucky wide receiver Malachi Corley. Corley gives the Jets another offensive weapon for Aaron Rodgers to utilize.

The team's work isn't done just yet, however. The Jets still have a few picks remaining as we enter the third and final day of the 2024 NFL Draft.

When do the NY Jets pick next?

  • No. 111 (4th round)
  • No. 129 (4th round)
  • No. 134 (4th round)
  • No 185 (6th round)
  • No. 257 (7th round)

The Jets are slated to have five total picks on Day 3 of the NFL Draft. That, of course, is subject to change, especially seeing as the Jets already traded both of their picks on Day 1 and Day 2 of the draft.

Nonetheless, the Jets currently possess the No. 111, No. 129, and No. 134 picks in the fourth round, the No. 185 pick in the sixth round, and the No. 257 pick (Mr. Irrelevant) in the seventh round.

It's very possible the Jets looking to package some of those picks together to move up at some point or even to acquire future picks. There might not be room for seven draft picks on the Jets' roster.

General manager Joe Douglas will have plenty of draft capital at his disposal on Day 3. The Jets could still look to bolster their depth at positions such as wide receiver, safety, defensive line, running back, quarterback, or offensive line.

No matter the case, Day 3 promises to be likely the busiest and most eventful day of the draft for Gang Green. The Jets are far from finished.