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Building A Jets Core: Bryce Hall

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We have the fifth core member of the New York Jets, as voted by all of you. And the winner is: Bryce Hall, Cornerback! The Jets’ 5th round pick in the 2020 NFL draft, Bryce Hall started his rookie season on the sidelines. In October, 2019, Hall suffered a serious ankle injury that required surgery and ended his college career. A year later Hall was still not fully healed. As a result of his injury Hall fell from a potential second round pick to the fifth round of the draft. When he finally got on the field for the Jets, Hall impressed. He played in just eight games for the Jets last year, but he was probably the best Jets cornerback over the last half of the 2020 season. Jets fans hope Hall will become a fixture in the defensive backfield for years to come.

With Hall taking the 5th spot, our crowd sourced Jets Core 2022 looks like this:

  1. Mekhi Becton
  2. Quinnen Williams
  3. Denzel Mims
  4. Marcus Maye
  5. Bryce Hall
  6. ?

By 2022 most of the new regime’s reworking of the current roster will have taken place and a core group of Jets who will form the backbone of the new Jets regime will emerge. Your job, should you choose to accept it, is to think alongside the Jets’ new staff and vote for who you think are the most likely players to form that core and still be here on opening day of the 2022 season. Nobody knows for sure how things will play out, and evaluating the chances of some of the younger players who have barely scratched the surface yet is tricky, but we know who the coaching staff is and what type of payers might fit their system, so let’s give this a shot. Let’s crowd source a Jets Core 2022.

Through mid-February I’ll be putting up a daily poll asking GGN to vote on the most likely current Jets players to still be with the team in 2022. I’ll include some current Jets that are not under contract for the 2021 season and may leave in free agency this year, but I will not include any player in college, in the 2021 NFL draft, currently under contract with another team, or any free agent who wasn’t with the Jets at the end of 2020. The idea here is to build a list of the current Jets players you think will most likely make up a core group the team will build around to begin to construct a playoff contender.

In the event I have made an egregious omission and a name you think should be on the poll is not there you can write in candidates in the comments section. If a player gets support in the comments section I’ll add him to the next day’s poll.

We all have different views on various Jets players. What we’re looking for here is the community’s collective view of the players who might help lead the Jets out of the wilderness in the coming years. Your views may or may not coincide with the community’s, and either way that’s OK.

So let’s get to it. Today we vote for the number six Jets core player. Who will the next spot go to? Vote early, vote often, and let’s hear who you think are the players that will be the Jets leaders of the future.


Who is the #6 Jets player most likely to be with the team in 2022?

This poll is closed

  • 17%
    C.J. Mosley
    (146 votes)
  • 5%
    Sam Darnold
    (44 votes)
  • 6%
    Jamison Crowder
    (55 votes)
  • 22%
    Ashtyn Davis
    (191 votes)
  • 10%
    John Franklin-Myers
    (86 votes)
  • 21%
    Folorunso Fatukasi
    (181 votes)
  • 1%
    George Fant
    (13 votes)
  • 9%
    Braden Mann
    (78 votes)
  • 0%
    Brian Poole
    (7 votes)
  • 1%
    Chris Herndon
    (14 votes)
  • 1%
    Connor McGovern
    (14 votes)
  • 2%
    Neville Hewitt
    (20 votes)
849 votes total Vote Now