Ranking the 6 NY Jets UDFAs odds to make the 53-man roster

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The NY Jets received near-universal praise for their star-studded 2022 NFL Draft class that featured three first-rounders and a number of other players the team hopes will make a significant impact early in their respective careers.

But the team's work didn't stop at the conclusion of the draft. Far from it.

The Jets scoured the pool of undrafted players in the hours following the draft and managed to sign five rookies to official contracts. They later added a sixth following the conclusion of their rookie minicamp.

It's a small collection of undrafted players as compared to years past and other teams around the league. That's a good thing for the Jets, however, as it's a direct representation of how far their roster has come over the last few years.

The Jets already have a number of depth and developmental players on their roster. They didn't need to sign any more than a handful of undrafted players.

Still, the Jets have found moderate success with undrafted rookies in the past. Players like Bryce Huff, Javelin Guidry, and Isaiah Dunn have all gone undrafted only to survive final roster cuts come September.

Who could be that player this year? We rank all six undrafted rookies on the Jets roster in order of their odds to secure a spot on the 53-man roster.