With the Combine in the rear view mirror, we are now in the pro day portion of the Draft process. Major colleges host as their players conduct Combine-esque activities in front of coaches, scouts, and front office types.
Pro days have already started and will continue through early April. Which early pro days have the Jets been spotted attending?
As always, take this information for what it is worth. These are not necessarily the only pro days the Jets are attending. Others simply might have slipped under the radar and gone unreported.
Also note that just because the Jets are listed as meeting specific prospects in some of these reports does not mean they lack interest in other prospects from the same school.
This is purely for your information.
Due to weather conditions this week, the Jets actually played host to Rutgers’ pro day at the team facility in Florham Park.
#Rutgers Pro Day well underway here at #Jets Training Center. (The snow storm forced the players to move from the RU practice bubble.) pic.twitter.com/QKtpF7dgIx— Erika Wachter (@ErikaWachter) March 9, 2018
Talked Jeff Holland with Jets LB coach & Auburn football legend Kevin Greene at breakfast. He is here to watch his pro day & said he is “a big fan”.— Cole Cubelic (@colecubelic) March 9, 2018
Following NFL teams attended Brett Toth's Pro Day: #Giants #Jets #Packers #Seahawks #Falcons #Jaguars #Broncos #Texans #Redskins #Lions #Colts #49ers— Sal Interdonato (@salinterdonato) March 9, 2018
With every NFL team present, former East Ridge HS star J.C. Hassenauer had a solid Alabama Pro Day. 28 bench press reps, 4.53 20-yard shuttle, 7.68 3-cone. He spent extra time with the #Packers, Jets, Steelers, Redskins, and Dolphins, I hear. pic.twitter.com/gfTpIJdz8t— Darren Wolfson (@DWolfsonKSTP) March 8, 2018
NFL Pro Day circuits starting up this week with #Giants and #Jets at Colorado Pro Day: https://t.co/v8T8z2SVVc via @Metro_US— Kristian Dyer (@KristianRDyer) March 7, 2018
There was already a solid group of scouts at last year’s Pro Day, but it seems as if there’s more of them this year. I’m seeing the likes of Browns, Colts, Giants, Jaguars, Jets, Redskins, Texans, and Titans. Possibly more. @FORDHAMFOOTBALL— Drake's Dance Coach (@ArdenSportsTalk) March 8, 2018