Draft Picks 2010: New York Jets Report Card

April 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

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The Jets made some pretty surprising moves on the third day of the draft. Here’s some analysis and a grade for each of the draft picks and each of the roster moves they made over the last few days:

Drafting Kyle Wilson (Grade: A-):

The Boise State cornerback was rated as the best at his position by multiple teams on their draft boards. The Jets got great value with Wilson, drafting him 29th overall. They have some extreme depth in the secondary now, and there is some speculation that Cromartie might make the move to free safety, giving the Jets a stacked pass defense of Revis, Wilson, Cromartie, and Leonhard. There is also speculation that Wilson will play at nickel cornerback and Ryan confirmed that he will immediately start there as well as at punt returner. Imagine being a quarterback playing against this pass defense now. You ...

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