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NFL Mock Draft 2016: No Consensus for the Jets

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In recent mock drafts, the only consensus for the Jets seems to be that they will take a front seven defender.

Charles Davis (NFL.com)

PICK NO. 20 NYJ LEONARD FLOYD OLB GEORGIA

His speed and edge-rushing skills add to an already good Jets defense that came so close to making the playoffs in 2015.

Will Brinson (CBS)

20. New York Jets

A'Shawn Robinson, DT, Alabama: Expecting Muhammad Wilkerson might not be a permanent fixture within the Jets organization, the front office adds another big body on the defensive line.

Pete Prisco (CBS)

20. New York Jets

Kevin Dodd, DE-OLB, Clemson: They are in need of edge rushers in their scheme and Dodd could make the move to standing up in their system. They don't have a lot of holes on defense, but adding a pass rusher would help.

Chris Burke (SI)

20   Jets NOAH SPENCE DE/OLB, Eastern Kentucky: The Muhammed Wilkerson tag standoff looms over the Jets’ draft plans. Whether or not he remains on the roster for 2016, they have to find a pass rusher (and it might be even more imperative if a Wilkerson trade leaves the line less potent). Spence has the potential of a higher pick and the off-field red flags of a lower one. He lands in between, with a coach in Todd Bowles who would maximize his abilities.