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2016 NFL Mock Draft: No Consensus for the Jets

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Recent mock drafts have zero consensus for the Jets. We do have the rare suggestion that New York, New York, will become tight end, tight end, on Draft night.

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Draft’s best inside perimeter guy to go along with some studs at wide receiver.

Pete Prisco (CBS)

20. New York Jets

Jack Conklin, T, Michigan State: They have a decision to make on D'Brickashaw Ferguson since he has a big cap number and he's 34 years old. Drafting Conklin would make that decision a lot easier to make.

Peter Schrager (Fox Sports)

20. New York Jets: Andrew Billings, DT, Baylor, Jr.

The Jets had arguably the best defensive line in all of football a year ago. Damon Harrison is playing for the other team in town, Muhammad Wilkerson isn't thrilled with the franchise tag, and Sheldon Richardson's going to need a new contract before you know it. The Jets went with Leonard Williams in the first round a year ago when defensive line wasn't a big need. I can see them going defensive line again now that it suddenly is.

Dane Brugler (CBS)

20. New York Jets

Noah Spence, LB, Eastern Kentucky: One of the wild cards of this year's draft, Spence has top-10 talent as the best pure pass rusher in this class. However, his heavy baggage will drop him down draft boards where a team like the Jets could find a steal.