Post Combine Mock

I would really like the jets to employ the giants style of drafting and draft as many big Defensive bodies as possible
but I know that is very doubtfull. (All Draft Stock Ratings are from CBS Sports)
Mike T has already stated he is not afraid to trade up and that he looks to quality over quanity, with that said
I dont expect them to trade up with no 2nd, and would like to see them trade down but if they stay still again here
are the best prospects still possibly on the board.

1st Round Draft Options (No Order)

 1 - Muhammad Wilkerson DT, Temple
Class:  Junior  -  Height: 6'5''  -  Weight: 305
2010 Stats  -  Sacks: 10
2009 Stats  -  Sacks: 6
2008 Stats  -  Sacks: 1
Bench Press -  27
He is currently ranked the 5th DT in this draft, and it would be a great addition to the Jets as he
would move over to the end position he has the skills and the stats to show he will be very effective
as a 3-4 DE.He was converted to a football player as he was scouted to play basketball. Also like kyle wilson
last year he comes from the NY-NJ area who doesnt want to play hard for your home team.(Lindin, NJ)

 2 - Justin Houston OLB, Georgia
Class:  Junior  -  Height: 6'3''  -  Weight: 258
2010 Stats  -  Sacks: 10
2009 Stats  -  Sacks: 7
2008 Stats  -  Sacks: 2
40 time     -  4.62
Bench Press -  30
After a good combine showing his stock is on the rise, always thought he'd be a good fit as he already has EXP
being a 3-4 OLB but he will never be the pass rusher the jets need, he is a solid player and can have a respectable
career like bryan thomas, just dont expect him to pull 9 sacks a year. 

 3 - Phil Taylor DT, Baylor
Class:  Senior  -  Height: 6'4''  -  Weight: 340
2010 Stats  -  Sacks: 2
2009 Stats  -  Sacks: 0
2007 Stats  -  Sacks: 3
Bench Press -  31
Has the frame to be an elite NT for years to come, the 6th ranked DT for this year's draft
coming off a year with 62 tackles and 7 for a loss you know he will be in the middle of the
action and after a year will be demanding double teams like in college if he continues to grow

 4 - Martez Wilson ILB/OLB, Illinois
Class:  Junior  -  Height: 6'4''  -  Weight: 250
40 time     -  4.42
Bench Press -  23
He will be shooting up draftboards after his 4.42 40 time but if for some reason he is
still on the board his athleticism will give him and Rex the flexability to line him
up inside, outside or even at end, he played well against the run about his entire career,
great tackler, looks good in zone D and has the speed to match up against TEs he will
be an instant differnce maker. Of all the players in this draft he is the only i'd be happy to move up and grab

   If for whatever reason they trade down into the 2nd expect them to look at Rahim Moore out of UCLA, or Marvin Austin from UNC, who played well at the senior bowl and had beastly combine putting up 38 bench reps.

3rd Round Draft Options (No Order)

 1 - Jerrell Powe DT, Mississippi  -  Draft Stock: 3rd
Class:  Junior  -  Height: 6'2''  -  Weight: 331
Bench Press  -  27
Good 3-4 NT build, good prospect pick up in the 3rd

 2 - Greg Romeus DE, Pitt
Class:  Senior  -  Height: 6'5''  -  Weight: 265  -  Draft Stock: 4th
2010 Stats  -  Missed Season due to Back Sugery & a torn ACl
2009 Stats  -  Sacks: 8
2008 Stats  -  Sacks: 7
Didnt workout during the combine but did get interviewed by teams and was checked
out by doctors, if he can stay healthy which is a big 'IF' he will be a monster at
DE he is a great athlete who was scouted for basketball and ended up being
considered a 1st round 3-4 DE before his injuries. He has been cleared by 4 doctors
and hopefully like Justin Tuck who fell to the 3rd, his injuries are behind him.

Late Rounds (4th - 7th)

 1 - Robert Sands FS, West Virginia
Class:  Junior  -  Height: 6'4''  -  Weight: 255  -  Draft Stock: 4-5
40 time     -  4.53
Bench Press -  12
Great 40 time at the combine his size and speed could make him a player
offensive's need to track while playing the jets and rex's defense

 2 - Buster Skrine CB, Chattanooga
Class: Senior -  Height: 5'10''  -  Weight: 186  -  Draft Stock: 4-5
Ran 4.37 at the combine, put that along with his strong east-west shrine game his stock is on the rise.

 3 - Dion Lewis RB, Pitt
Class: Sophmore -  Height: 5'7''  -  Weight: 195  -  Draft Stock: 6-7
2010  219 1061  4.8   76  13   27  216  8.0   31   0     0   0
2009  325 1799  5.5   85  17   25  189  7.6   31   1     0   0
A late round running back ran a 4.57 40 time did have a monster freshman year so worth a late round pick

 4 - Bruce Miller DE/OLB, UCF
Class:  Senior  -  Height: 6'2''  -  Weight: 259  -  Draft Stock: 6-7
2010 Stats  -  Sacks: 9
2009 Stats  -  Sacks: 13
2008 Stats  -  Sacks: 7
2007 Stats  -  Sacks: 7
40 time     -  4.81
Bench Press -  35
He's a good late round prospect as an undersized OLB, even tho his slow 40 time he has had success
his entire career as an undersized pass rusher who plays hard that should translate to the NFL.

 5 - Willie Smith LT, East Carolina
Class:  Senior  -  Height: 6'5''  -  Weight: 290  -  Draft Stock: 6-7
A two-year starter at left tackle, Smith is a remarkable athlete with a lot of upside. He earned
All-Conference USA honors each of the past two seasons, and might have a higher ceiling than any
tackle prospect in the 2011 NFL Draft according to CBS Sports.

 6 - David Carter DT/DE, UCLA
Class:  Senior  -  Height: 6'5''  -  Weight: 297  -  Draft Stock: 6-7
A one year starter he has a lot of upside

 7 - DeMarcus Van Dyke CB, Miami
Class: Senior -  Height: 6'1''  -  Weight: 176  -  Draft Stock: 6-7
40 time     -  4.25
Bench Press -  5
He got some attention putting up the best 40 time at the combine, size and speed makes him a guy you must put
the 7th round pick into if he's still there

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