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Who Do the Jets Select in 2020 NFL Mock Drafts For Day Two?

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Numerous mock drafts have been published since last night making predictions for the second and third rounds of the 2020 NFL Draft. Who do these mocks have the Jets picking?

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48 New York Jets Trevon Diggs - CB

School: Alabama | Year: Senior

The former wide receiver has some of the best ball skills in this CB class. He will be a welcome addition to a team needing coverage help.

68 New York Jets Van Jefferson - WR

School: Florida | Year: Senior (RS)

79 New York Jets Kyle Dugger - S

School: Lenoir-Rhyne | Year: Senior

Chris Trapasso (CBS Sports)

48. New York Jets, Van Jefferson, WR, Florida

Awesome scenario for Jefferson, given that his dad is New York’s receiver coach. Van is a stellar route runner who beats press at the line very well.

68. New York Jets, Troy Pride, CB, Notre Dame

The Jets need to bolster their secondary and do so with the lightning-quick Pride.

79. New York Jets, Bradlee Anae, EDGE, Utah

Anae is an animal with his hand work and sets a sturdy edge.

Steve Muench (ESPN)

48. New York Jets Jaylon Johnson, CB, Utah

Trumaine Johnson and Darryl Roberts were both cap casualties. Pierre Desir signed a one-year deal. Johnson projects as a rookie starter, and is a good value pick at this point in the draft.

Nate Davis (USA Today)

48. New York Jets – Michael Pittman Jr., WR, USC: GM Joe Douglas, who got QB Sam Darnold a left tackle (Mekhi Becton) in Round 1, now he gives him a reliable target ... and one Darnold knows from their time as Trojans teammates.

Dan Kadar (SB Nation)

48. New York Jets: Laviska Shenault Jr., WR, Colorado

Which scenarios do you like most and least?