Jets defensive coordinator Gregg Williams has high hopes for Jabari Zuniga entering his rookie year. The third-round pick out of Florida has yet to play a single professional down of football, but Williams is already eying how he can use him in his 3-4 hybrid scheme. Zuniga played a lot of outside linebacker in college, but he can also be shifted inside as a pass-rushing defensive end. That kind of versatility led to Williams comparing the 22-year-old Zuniga to two of the NFL’s better pass rushers in recent history. In 11 seasons with the Giants and Raiders, Tuck recorded 66.5 sacks and earned two trips to the Pro Bowl, as well as an All-Pro selection in 2008. Graham, who has spent his entire career with the Eagles, has registered 51 career sacks playing as a hybrid defensive end and outside linebacker. In 2016, he earned a second-team All-Pro selection. Zuniga has the frame to play the same role Graham and Tuck both thrived in. Listed at 6-foot-3 and 253 pounds, Zuniga has enough size to play inside and enough speed and agility to thrive as a stand-up pass rusher coming off the edge. Graham plays 6-foot-2, 265 pounds and Tuck spent his career playing at 6-foot-3, 265 pounds. Zuniga is 12 pounds lighter than both Graham and Tuck but is bound to put on additional muscle now that he is taking part in an NFL weight training program. If Zuniga can put together a career’s worth of production coming anywhere close to what Graham and Tuck have accomplished, the Jets will have finally landed a top-end pass-rusher in the middle rounds of the draft after striking out for years. Zuniga has a lot to prove before even ascending to a starting job, but if Williams’ evaluation winds up being correct, New York will have a special player on its hands.