11. New York Jets Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama
Becton also would make sense here, as that offensive line still needs work, but Jeudy is the class’ best route runner and top wideout available. How can the Jets, who would be entering the season with Jamison Crowder and Breshad Perriman as their top two wide receivers, pass on this type of playmaker? The Jets were one of four NFL teams to average fewer than 200 passing yards and score fewer than 20 passing touchdowns last season, and that was with Robby Anderson still in green.
McShay has Joe Burrow, Chase Young, Jeff Okudah, Isaiah Simmons, Tua Tagovailoa, Jordan Love, Derrick Brown, Tristan Wirfs, Justin Herbert, and Jedrick Wills off the board by the time the Jets pick.
CeeDee Lamb, Andrew Thomas, and Mekhi Becton are among the other options.
Who is the second round pick in this mock?
48. New York Jets Marlon Davidson, DE, Auburn
It’s not easy to skip out on the offensive tackle position — or cornerback — but there just isn’t a player worth reaching down the board for at No. 48. So instead, the Jets tack on an edge rusher in Davidson, who has power, explosiveness and versatility.
I think it would be surprising to not see the Jets leave the first two rounds with a pick at offensive line. We will see once Draft day comes.