NFL Draft 2010: New York Jets Draft Grades

April 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Round 1 (29): CB Kyle Wilson
Wilson was one of the top cornerback prospects in the 2010 draft. Cleveland said it was a “coin-toss” between Joe Haden and Kyle Wilson at pick No. 7. Wilson was incredible value late in the first round, and will be able to contribute immediately as a nickle back in the Jets’ defense. Grade: A
Round 2 (61): OG/RT Vladimir Ducasse
Vladimir was a top guard prospect on many scouts' boards, and was a projected 2nd or 3rd round pick. He has great size, but is pretty raw and would benefit from a year or two developing before becoming a full-time starter. According to Rex Ryan, Ducasse and Matt Slausen will compete for the starting left guard position vacated by eight-time Pro Bowler Alan Faneca, but I have a feeling that Ducasse will win the job. Grade: B
Round 4 (112): RB Joe McKnight
McKnight, the former teammate of Mark Sanchez, is a change of pace back that should contribute right...

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