After giving up a 7 for Alex Lewis last year Douglas had his own 1-6. He gained an extra 3+6 by moving Derron Lee and and Leonard Williams. From these 8 picks, he went into the draft, and came away with 9 selected players as well as an veteran via trade. Selections 1 (NYJ): OT 2 (NYJ): WR 3 (NYG): S 3 (NYJ): Edge 4 (NYJ): RB 4 (NE): QB 4 (NE): OG 5 (NYJ): CB 6 (NYJ): P Trades 6 (KC): CB By my count, the Jets now have 11 picks in the 2021 Draft. All 7 of their own, and 4 more from the Seahawks, Giants, and Patriots. 1 (NYJ) 1 (SEA) 2 (NYJ) 3 (NYJ) 3 (SEA) 4 (NYJ) 5 (NYG) 5 (NYJ) 6 (NYJ) 6 (NE) 7 (NYJ) Using the BPA at a position of need framework, along with my round by positional valuation, and Douglas’ track record for garnering picks through trade downs, my preferred strategy would be be as follows- 1 (NYJ): Edge/CB 1 (SEA): CB/Edge/C/OT 2 (NYJ): WR/RB/C 3 (NYJ): RB/WR/IOL 3 (SEA): RB/WR/IOL/LB 4 (NYJ): TE/RB/IOL 5 (NYG): ST/BU/Trade Up/Flier 5 (NYJ): ST/BU/Trade Up/Flier 6 (NYJ): ST/BU/Trade Up/Flier 6 (NE): ST/BU/Trade Up/Flier 7 (NYJ): ST/BU/Trade Up/Flier My ideal scenario is to come out of round 1 with an Edge and a CB, however a great OT prospect or C prospect that falls could be a nice consolation prize. I would really be excited about a trade down that brings an additional 3rd round pick. For round 2, I’d love to get another talented WR, but I could also be ok with an elite RB prospect like Travis Etienne if he fell. If the Jets managed to get Edge and CB in round 1, and there was a fringe round 1 C available in round 2, that would be nice. A trade down in this round also works. Depending on what the Jets grabbed in the first two rounds, WR and RB are a priority. If one is already selected, I’d like the other in round 3, and I’d also be in the market for a talented ILB or a OG prospect who can also play C at times. In round 4, RB is ok if it didn’t make sense earlier. I’m also looking for a good TE prospect here. OG could work also if there is a less versatile mauler and IOL hasn’t been addressed. These remaining 5 picks can be used on backups, fliers, special teams, or used to move up for a highly desired player. So how would I really want this draft to look best case scenario? One of the first 3 picks used to trade down to get an extra 3. Then, these selections. 1. Edge 1. CB 2. WR 3. RB 3. IOL 3. LB 4. TE 5,5,6,6,7–> At least 3 more players who will be backups and special teams players. Of course any of this could change if a player breaks out unexpectedly in the 2020 season. Thoughts??