As always, none of these rankings definitively prove a Jets pick will be a success or a failure. They simply gauge of how things are viewed right now.
Mekhi Becton (Jets pick 11; PFF’s rank: 45) -34 value
In the lead up to the Draft process, PFF was significantly lower on Becton than the consensus. He actually was their fifth ranked tackle. Josh Jones was rated above him.
Denzel Mims (Jets pick 59; PFF’s rank: 36) +23 value
PFF’s views on the Mims pick were closer to the consensus that the Jets got very good value.
Ashtyn Davis (Jets pick: 68; PFF’s rank: 33) +35 value
PFF has made no secret of its feelings on Davis. They viewed him as a premium talent.
Jabari Zuniga (Jets pick 79; PFF’s rank: 181) -102 value
On the other hand, they were not as high on Zuniga.
Lamical Perine (Jets pick: 120; PFF’s rank: NR) -130(+) value
And they didn’t even have Perine in their top 250.
James Morgan (Jets pick: 125; PFF’s rank: NR) -125(+) value
Nor did they have Morgan.
Cameron Clark (Jets pick 129; PFF’s rank: 133) -4 value
They did, however, view Clark as a fair value.
Bryce Hall (Jets pick: 158; PFF’s rank: 49) +109 value
Like many others, they had Hall as a major fifth round steal.
Braden Mann (Jets pick: 191; PFF’s rank: NR) -59(+) value
No punters made their big board.
So there you have it. Note PFF’s brilliance in their Mims, Davis, Clark, and Hall evaluations and criticize their horrible Becton, Zuniga, Perine, Morgan, and Mann evaluations below.