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How did the Jets do in the 2020 NFL Draft vs. Benjamin Solak’s big board?

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We continue our look at how the Jets’ 2020 Draft class stacks up against expert big boards today. Benjamin Solak of The Draft Network is up next,

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.