New York Jets NFL Draft Prospect Visits.

COLUMBIA SC - NOVEMBER 06: Teammates Rudell Crim #4 and Ramon Brown #26 of the Arkansas Razorbacks try to stop Alshon Jeffery #1 of the South Carolina Gamecocks during their game at Williams-Brice Stadium on November 6 2010 in Columbia South Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Ryan Van Bibber, the head man at SB Nation's Rams blog Turf Show Times, has been kind enough to compile a list of prospects the Jets have brought in for visits.

LSU defensive tackle Michael Brockers
*Oregon State linebacker Cameron Collins
Notre Dame receiver Michael Floyd
+West Virginia linebacker Bruce Irvin
*Memphis guard Ronald Leary
South Carolina receiver Alshon Jeffery
Montana defensive back Trumaine Johnson
Oklahoma linebacker Ronnell Lewis
*Maine safety Jerron McMillian
Harvard defensive end Josue Ortiz
LSU receiver Rueben Randle
*San Diego State punter Brian Stahovich
LSU safety Brandon Taylor
Utah State running back Robert Turbin

Out of this list, my favorites are Jeffery, Floyd, Irvin, and Johnson. Teams are allowed thirty visits by prospects before the Draft so the Jets are about halfway done. What players would you like to see the Jets target who do not appear on the list? Keep an eye out for some of the lesser known names on the list. The Jets had Kenrick Ellis and Bilal Powell in last year, and they apparently made quite an impression.

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