Jets Rookie Minicamp: Saturday Observations

The New York Jets took to the practice fields for their second of three practices for the team's annual rookie minicamp. What went down? Check out some of the top observations from practice.

FLORHAM PARK- For the final time with the media in attendance, the New York Jets held their second practice of the team's annual rookie minicamp. What happened, and who stood out? Below you will find the five observations from camp.

  • Quietly, Quincy Enunwa had quite a good rookie minicamp for the Jets over the course of the last two practices. While Enunwa didn't exactly have an 'wow' plays that featured the second-year pro getting deep on the defense, what he did do was catch just about everything thrown his way. He displayed his sure hands, improved route running and just looks much more fluid this year.

  • After looking solid on Friday, Bryce Petty was a bit off Saturday. Jets head coach Todd Bowles said the coaches added more to the playbook and contributed that to, not just Petty's mistakes, but the entire team's as well. Petty missed throws, was nearly intercepted twice and wasn't on the same page as his receivers on a few other reps.

  • Cornerback Greg Henderson had a solid practice for the Jets. The undrafted free agent out of Colorado intercepted a Petty pass that was under thrown, then batted down another deep one intended for receiver wideout Jonathon Rumph.

  • Dashaun Phillips followed Friday's pick-six of Petty with another solid outing. Phillips worked well as both a nickel and outside cornerback and came inches away from another interception on a miss communication between Petty and his intended receiver.

  • Receiver Jonathon Rumph again had an impressive day. The Georgia product followed Friday's strong performance with another as he continued to catch everything in his area and also got deep on a long bomb from Petty down the left sideline. Rumph doesn't have much experience, but he may have done enough to earn a camp invite.

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