Plaxico Burress will not return next season, and Santonio Holmes disappears at times and is a clubhouse cancer. Wide receiver is quickly emerging as one of Gang Green's need positions.
While New York might try free agency to pick up a big time wideout, drafting one would also be a good idea. The Jets need a deep threat that can open up the field and give the Jets offense more versatility.
Arkansas senior Jarius Wright is a very good late-round option this year. Wright has glistening speed, and he is a very dangerous deep threat. He is a scoring machine, who ranked 12th in college football in touchdowns this season. Wright would be a difference-maker for the Jets immediately.
Although Jeff Fuller has battled injuries and inconsistency, he is still one of the best wide receivers of this year's class. The Aggies senior has NFL lineage, who is used to playing in a West Coast offense at Texas A&M. Fuller has great size and athleticism, and could emerge as a dangerous weapon for the Jets if he can keep his mind on the field.
Ryan Broyles has the ability to be an NFL star, but he should be a late-round selection due to off-the-field issues. The Oklahoma star put up unbelievable numbers on the college level, and he has superb speed off the snap and consistently great hands. He is a diverse wide receiver, who can play in the slot, as well as go across the middle and down the sideline. Broyles would be an amazing addition in the Jets passing game.