We have some stand out posters around here with lots of overall football knowledge and insight in regards to our team, so I'll be looking forward to others opinions and thought process on which players you'll keep a close eye on throughout this upcoming season. 1.) Christian Hackenberg. He's now heading into his second year after a redshirt rookie season. His accuracy, footwork and overall mechanics are all of big concern but this kid looks to have great size, top of the line arm strength, smarts upstairs along with a strong work ethic. Just like Sam Darnold of today, after Hackenberg's rookie season while with PSU under Bill O'Brien along with Allen Robinson as his #1 outside WR he was considered as the Nation's #1 QB prospect heading into his sophmore seaaon. I'm just ready to see this kid take the field as a young 2nd round QB prospect. 2.) Jamal Adams. I'm still a believer that defense wins championships and i truly believe that this Jamal Adams kid is a generational type of Safety. He's got natural born leadership qualities, a very smart player, range to cover, speed to make plays, great tackler, toughness, heart and plays with raw emotion along with jaw dropping athletic abilities and simply left me in awe with some of those hits in which he laid on helpless college kids. I can't say enough about this Jamal Adams kid out of LSU. He made a name for himself as a badass beast Safety out of the SEC. Many considered him as being the best overall player of this years draft class. He could be to our secondary what Leonard Williams is to our defensive front. I myself personally haven't been this intrigued about a Jets rookie since dating back to Keyshawn Johnson (been a long time coming). 3.) Robby Anderson. This kid emerged onto the preseason scene last year (and never looked back) as an undrafted rookie. He's 6'3/190 lbs, ran a 4.36-second 40 yard dash and with a strong armed QB i can pictute him "Randy Mossing" opposing DB's on the outside for many of years to come. He's a special type of talent. Despite playing alongside of & under less than ideal QB situations last season, this kid still put up 42 receptions for 587 receiving yards along with 2 TD receptions during his rookie year (3 rush attempts for 42 rushing yards). He also got better as the season went on. Did not make his 1st reception until week 3 but yet recorded 18 receptions for 283 receiving yards and 2 TD receptions (during our final 5 games). He's gotta stay out of trouble (off the field) because he can easily develop into a yearly 1,000+ yards type of impactful WR moving forward. 4.) Darron Lee. He does need to improve in pass coverage as an LB but this kid out of Ohio State has all the athletic talent in the world that's needed in order to emerge onto the scene as an NFL tackling machine. Last year as a (raw) rookie he ended up ranking 3rd amongst all rookie LB's (MLB & OLB) and 7th overall amongst all NFL rookies in defensive tackles despite only playing 13 games (9 starts). He's got the type of speed and athleticism ability along with the ability to sniff out & smell the run; which is needed in order to make a living behind the L.O.S. If Leonard Williams continues to feast, Mo Wilkerson responds with a redeem season & Richardson performs during a contract year? Then i feel & believe that Darron Lee can and will flourish playing behind that type of D-Line throughout his second season as a developing MLB. But he needs help up front in order to truly emerge. 5.) Leonard Williams. He'll (once again) become a must watch come 2017. I loved watching Wilkerson rise through the ranks, Sheldon Richardson has also been pretty fun to watch but i believe big Leonard is an All-Pro defensive lineman waiting to happen and the best one we've got. He's also built like an animal @ 6'5/damn near 300lbs. This kid has already made the All-Rookie team during his rookie season and a Pro-Bowl as only a 2nd year player. Throughout his 1st two seasons of play he's recorded a total of 131 tackles, 10 sacks and 2 forced fumbles. There's really not too much for me to say in regards to Williams, other than that i literally can not wait to see him take the field (and lead our defense) as a 3rd year player.