Who do the lastest mock drafts have the Jets selecting? Let's take a look.
20. New York Jets: Noah Spence, DE, Eastern Kentucky
Why would Spence fall this far in the draft? It’s because there are enough people out there talking about him doing poorly in team interviews that they may not be willing to gamble on Spence’s honesty. He could still go in the top 10, but falling to the 20th pick won’t be a surprise either. Spence and Lorenzo Mauldin could give the Jets a nice, young duo to build a pass rush around.
Noah Spence, DE, Eastern Kentucky
The Jets could add a tight end, a talented defensive lineman or even an offensive tackle here. However, finding an edge rusher has been in play for quite a while, so let's make it happen.
20. N.Y. JETS — Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Ohio State: The Jets need an upgrade at running back, and Elliott — or maybe Heisman winner Derrick Henry — would work here.