New York Jets Must Circle Three Players on Their 2013 Draft Board

October 17, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

While the New York Jets have experienced some difficulty winning on Sundays this year, there are plenty of players who play on Saturdays that could help them in this upcoming season through the draft.
The draft has not been overly kind to Rex and Tannenbaum since they began working together in 2009. They have acquired most of their talent from trades or free agency in recent years while riding the core four drafted in 2007.
The Jets roster is aging at a rapid rate and they must find more success in the draft this year if they plan on being relevant in the upcoming years. The team has plenty of units that could use an upgrade—they ideally could take the best available talent on the board once they are on the clock.
One player the Jets should take a long look at is Wide Receiver Justin Hill out of University of Tennessee. Hill is currently a Junior and has put up 35 receptions, 497 yards and four touchdowns through six games. He is 6'4", 200 pounds and can ...

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