NY Jets trade down and address OL in 7-round 2023 NFL Mock Draft

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Round 4, 112 Overall, NY Jets: Moro Ojomo, DL, Texas

The last big position of need for the Jets is defensive tackle. The Jets lost Nathan Shepherd and Sheldon Rankins but did bring back Solomon Thomas. Joe Douglas confirmed at the NFL meetings that Calais Campbell is coming in for a visit, but even if they sign him, they will still need more depth at the position.

Moro Ojomo is an interesting player who could be an option. Ojomo graded out incredibly well this past season, per PFF. Ojomo earned a 91.4 run defense grade, a 17.8% pass rush win rate, and an overall 90.6 overall grade.

Those grades, along with 19 defensive stops and 26 total pressures, would be worthy of a selection here to be a part of the Jets' defensive line rotation this season.

Round 5, 143 Overall, NY Jets: Keondre Coburn, DL, Texas

Another defensive tackle, and yes, another Texas player. To be fair, Joe Douglas once drafted two players with the same name, so anything is possible.

Keondre Coburn could be another addition to the Jets' defensive line rotation. Barring a Campbell addition, Coburn is a lot bigger than the Jets' other defensive tackles at 6-foot-2 and 332 pounds. He is also another fifth-year player who should be ready to come in and play right away if needed.

Per PFF, Coburn had a very impressive pass-rush win rate of 15.4 percent. He tallied 31 total pressures in 413 defensive snaps.