NY Jets: Final 53-man roster and 16-player practice squad prediction

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NY Jets wide receivers

  • Corey Davis, Elijah Moore, Jamison Crowder, Denzel Mims, Keelan Cole, Braxton Berrios, Vyncint Smith (7)

It's been a long time since the Jets have had a true No. 1 wide receiver. The green and white hope they have found that in Corey Davis

Elijah Moore might end up being the team's most explosive player before it's all said and one. Expect the Jets offense to line him up everywhere. 

The reliable Jamison Crowder will be the subject of trade speculation all season long. But his inclusion in this offense will greatly help Zach Wilson's growth. Denzel Mims has breakout potential, but he is in a crowded receiver room. 

Keelan Cole has a chance to be one of the Jets' most valuable role players. He can play inside and outside at receiver and also return kicks and punts. Braxton Berrios has some similar traits and is a quality back-end option in the Jets passing game. 

The Jets may not carry a seventh wide receiver on their active roster. But if they do, Vyncint Smith is a strong candidate for several reasons. Not only because he is one of the team's best deep threats, but he brings value as a gunner and returner on special teams.