Jets Mock Round 1: Jarvis Jones OLB, Georgia Three weeks ago I would have said this was wishful thinking. Now I this seems like a possibility. I don’t want to wish a player a bad combine, but a bad performance could lock him into this slot. The Jets have needed a pass rusher for years. Round 2: Justin Pugh OT, Syracuse If it weren’t for his small size, Pugh would likely be a first round pick. Pugh is good in pass protection and run blocking. Is not a super athlete, but has enough ability to get by as a right tackle. Also a good insurance policy if Brick gets hurt. Round 3: Chase Thomas OLB, Stanford TWO times the OLB fun. Thomas is not a great athlete which really limits his upside at the next level. However he is smart and instinctive. He could be a good fit inside where he could be good near the LOS. Round 4: Montee Ball, RB Wisconsin The biggest concern I have with Ball is the amount of carries he has amassed at Wisconsin. His physical tools are not great. Ball certainly understands the mental aspect of being a running back and could probably do OK at the next level with his limited physical tools. Round 5: Josh Boyce WR, TCU I would not compare Boyce to Kerley. Kerley had a skill set much more predicated to a slot wideout. Boyce has more of a skill set for a perimeter wideout. He is tough and does a decent job of getting deep. Round 6: Shamarko Thomas S, Syracuse If he weren’t 5’9” Thomas would be rated much higher. His overall game is very good and he has some ability to play in a nickel corner role. Round 7: Devin Taylor DE, South Carolina Very developmental player at this point. He has some good physical tools but his technique needs a lot of work. Could possibly grow into a 34 end.