I've critiqued/shared my opinions of your mock drafts, and thought I'd be fair and give you the opportunity to critique mine. Using the Walter Football Rumor of a Jets/Cleveland trade, I'm basing my draft on that trade down, with the Jets getting what they want from Cleveland (#12, #33, and #108). I've tried to balance BPA and need in this draft, and tried as best I could to take the players in the appropriate round, but definitely gave the edge to need. With the Jets many needs, it is impossible to address them all this season, but I tried. It's far from perfect, but think I would be pretty happy with this draft. #12 - Charles Harris, OLB, Missouri http://www.nfl.com/draft/2017/profiles/charles-harris?id=2558001 http://draftbreakdown.com/players/charles-harris/ The Jets have lacked a true edge rusher with speed forever. With the trade down, they finally have an opportunity to get a real edge rusher. At this point of the draft, it was between Derek Barnett and Harris. Harris has said that the Jets have contacted him more than any other team, so they obviously have a lot of interest in him. Harris is athletic and fast and can play in a 3-4 or 4-3 alignment. #33 - Adam Shaheen, TE, Ashland http://www.nfl.com/draft/2017/profiles/adam-shaheen?i http://draftbreakdown.com/players/adam-shaheen/ http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/f...-worst-kept-secret-the-odyssey-of-baby-gronk/ The offense needs some love, and the Jets definitely need a TE, preferably a 2-way TE. Shaheen has prototypical size, yet excellent speed and hands. He isn't a finished product, but his athleticism and being a former basketball player are in his favor. He needs work on run blocking, but is already a pretty good pass protector. Initially, I thought he would go in the 4th or 5th rounds, but according to the article by Jason LaCanfora for which I posted a link above, several NFL execs have said that he will go anywhere from early 2nd round to early 3rd round. He loves the game, and has a high ceiling. #39 - Marcus Williams, FS, Utah http://www.nfl.com/draft/2017/profiles/marcus-williams?id=2558068 http://draftbreakdown.com/players/marcus-williams-2/ IMO FS is a HUGE need for the Jets. I also considered Budda Baker and Obi Melifonwu here. I love everything about Baker's play, but fear with his small size he will have a hard time staying healthy, and he would not be able to cover TEs. Since the Jets have to play the Pats and Gronk 2x a year, I don't think Baker would be the best fit. Melifonwu has the size where he could cover TEs, but can be slow to diagnose plays and his instincts are lacking. Williams has good leaping ability, is athletic and has been productive both in terms of interceptions and tackling. #70 - Samaje Perine, RB, Oklahoma http://www.nfl.com/draft/2017/profiles/samaje-perine?id=2558138 http://draftbreakdown.com/players/samaje-perine/ IMO Bilal Powell and Matt Forté are not enough to get the Jets through this season. With most likely a young QB starting, they need a RB to take the pressure off of that QB. Powell and Forté are very similar in that neither are a feature/workhorse-type RB and are excellent receivers. Both are also older, and wear down with too much usage. I think the Jets not only need another RB, but one who is different in makeup and style. Perine fits that mode. He is a workhorse type back and runs with power, something the Jets lack. He has the ability to break tackles and get extra yardage. He has great character, is a hard worker and team-first player. I think he will fit in well with a RB by committee approach. He also has soft hands and so wouldn't make the offense predictable. Whereas he doesn't have the speed to be a deep threat, he would be a solid screen and checkdown option for his QB.