As always, these rankings neither prove nor disprove whether a selection will be successful in the long run. They merely tell us the current consensus whether the Jets got good value.
Mekhi Becton (Jets pick 11; Solak’s rank: 10) +1 value
Like on the boards of most analysts, the Becton pick is right on the mark here.
Denzel Mims (Jets pick 59; Solak’s rank: 27) +32 value
The trend of viewing this pick as excellent value continues.
Ashtyn Davis (Jets pick: 68; Solak’s rank: 57) +11 value
Views on Davis in the third round seem to vary between fair value and a steal. This one falls into the fair value category.
Jabari Zuniga (Jets pick 79; Solak’s rank: 143) -64 value
Zuniga is a bit more polarizing. Solak is not a fan of this pick.
Lamical Perine (Jets pick: 120; Solak’s rank: 93) +27 value
Another analyst thinks this is a solid pick.
James Morgan (Jets pick: 125; Solak’s rank: 152) -27 value
Solak isn’t as low on this pick as others are.
Cameron Clark (Jets pick 129; Solak’s rank: NR) -86(+) value
Interestingly he seems lower on Clark than most analysts. Clark isn’t on his 215 player board.
Bryce Hall (Jets pick: 158; Solak’s rank: 41) +117 value
Another Draft pundit gives the Jets an outstanding grade for this pick.
Braden Mann (Jets pick: 191; Solak’s rank: NR) -24(+) value
Picking a punter doesn’t get any love here.