With all of the offseason mocks that I've seen, one player has been conspicuously absent, even from my own Offseason Mock.
Many of the Gang Greeners may remember Danario Alexander's 37-yard touchdown against the Jets in 2012, while he was in the midst of becoming one of the feel-good stories of the 2012 season. A preseason knee injury ended his 2013 campaign before it started, much like the oft-mentioned Jeremy Maclin. Alexander was injured and couldn't work out in his pro day back in 2010, but has a background as an outstanding triple-jumper and long-jumper, so he's a very good athlete. Listed at 6'5", 215 lbs., Danario Alexander could give the Jets a low-cost, big target with speed, and the upside of being a quality WR-2. In that 2012 season, after being signed "off the streets", Alexander had 658 receiving yards to go with 7 receiving touchdowns, and only 6 starts.
Both of those numbers would have easily led the Jets WR corps this season.
If the Jets are looking for low-risk, high-reward type of wide receiver, I think that Danario Alexander would be a great fit. Not to mention that getting a target like him could allow the Jets to focus on getting one of the two prized 1st round TEs, Amaro or Ebron to create further matchup difficulties. What do you all think?