10. Quincy Williams, LB, NY Jets
Quincy Williams had an active day on Saturday complete with one of his patented "hit stick" tackles. It may have just been a scrimmage, but Williams was flying all over the field and popped Michael Carter after a short gain during 11-on-11s.
Williams was also noticeably sticky in coverage throughout the night and nearly sacked Zach Wilson on his errant third-down pass to Braxton Berrios. It was a productive day for the elder Williams brother.
9. Tanzel Smart, DT, NY Jets
The Jets' defensive line is loaded, and one under-the-radar defensive lineman fighting for a roster spot is veteran Tanzel Smart. Smart helped his case on Saturday, blowing up an attempted Zonovan Knight draw.
Smart was in on a few other tackles around the line of scrimmage and certainly held his own against the backups. He's still a 53-man roster longshot, but Smart did his part on Saturday.
8. Bryce Hall, CB, NY Jets
With D.J. Reed sidelined, Bryce Hall ran with the first-team offense opposite Sauce Gardner, and he reminded everyone why he deserves to be a starter in this league.
Hall's number was rarely called until the final first-team drive of the night when he jumped in front of an ill-advised Zach Wilson pass and nearly intercepted it. That play capped off a solid night for the third-year cornerback, although he surely wishes he came away with the pick.