We know all the players who got drafted, but what about the possible hidden gems that might've been found in undrafted free agency? What about the rookie tryout players, will any of them have a chance to stick with the Jets.
We've seen the undrafted free agents turn into stars before, Damon Harrison and Bart Scott — yes, he made the Ravens as an undrafted free agent but he got that big money deal from the Jets while Harrison had to leave to get his big money deal — to name a few, is it possible that we could see at least one more in this year's class for the Jets?
Undrafted free agents:
Tom Hackett, punter, Utah - The Jets drafted punter Lachlan Edwards in the seventh-round, but after dealing with Ryan Quigley they weren't content to just have one punter in camp. Hackett and Edwards will battle for the job in camp and the Jets will hope that one of them can improve their special teams dramatically and let's be honest, that shouldn't be hard for at least one of these guys to do.
Jalin Marshall, wide receiver, Ohio State - Marshall is a gifted athlete who was recruited as a dual-threat quarterback and made the transition to wide receiver with varying levels of success. He played on the outside in college but his best fit in the NFL would be as a slot receiver/H-back/kick returner. The Jets are obviously set at the top of their depth chart with receiver but they need other versatile weapons that they can rely besides just Eric Decker and Brandon Marshall. Jalin Marshall will now join his old college teammates Darron Lee and Devin Smith and should have a good chance at making the practice squad roster for the Jets to develop.
Claude Pelo, defensive tackle, USC
Kyle Friend, center, Temple
Robby Anderson, wide receiver, Temple
Quenton Bundrage, wide receiver, Iowa State
Daniel Sobolewski, kicker, Albright
Ross Martin, kicker, Duke
Dahon Taylor, offensive tackle, Virginia Union
Dave Hedelin, offensive tackle, Purdue
Romar Morris, running back, North Carolina
Doug Middleton, defensive back, Appalachian State
Jason Vander Laan, quarterback, Ferris State
Lawrence Thomas, defensive line, Michigan State
Tarow Barney, defensive tackle, Penn State
Terron Beckham, running back, Lafayette - Yes, Terron Beckham is Odell Beckham Jr.'s cousin and though he hasn't played football in some years you might've heard about him from his incredibly impressive combine numbers. Terron is 5'11, 223-pounds, bench pressed 36 reps, had a 132" broad jump and 44.5" vertical jump, ran a 4.47 40, 4.28 shuttle and a 6.89 in the 3-cone drill. Terron is 23-years-old and hasn't played football in three years as he was building a career as a personal trainer but now he has his sights on becoming an NFL running back and is a clearly gifted athlete. He now has that chance with the Jets and will hope to show enough to make the practice squad.
Alex Wells, safety, Temple
Mathu Gibson, offensive tackle, Wingate
Jon Desir, offensive/defensive line, Towson
Hatden Wilks, center, Newberry
Damian Love, guard, Alabama State
Liam Nadler, quarterback, Gannon
Montario Hunter, wide receiver, Elizabeth City State
Taylor McDonnell, linebacker, Newberry
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