NY Jets general manager Joe Douglas has managed to completely reshape the team's roster in the course of just two years.
Well over 50 percent of the roster was acquired during the Douglas regime and only six projected starters remain from before he joined the organization.
Marcus Maye, Chris Herndon, C.J. Mosley, Jamison Crowder, Quinnen Williams, and Blessuan Austin are the only remaining holdovers from the Mike Maccagnan regime still in the starting lineup.
And that might not last too long for the likes of Herndon, Crowder, and Austin.
Part of this mass turnover has been due to the success Douglas has found in the draft. He's only had two draft classes, and only one with any experience, but the early results have been promising.
But for every Mekhi Becton or Bryce Hall, there's a mid-round player who just hasn't lived up to his potential.
For the sake of this list, we will only be focusing on players from the NY Jets' 2020 NFL Draft who could be cut. So for guys like Brandin Echols and Jonathan Marshall who aren't necessarily guaranteed roster spots, they'll be spared.
Which former Joe Douglas draft picks could prove to be one-and-done in New York? We take a look at three potential candidates.