Wide receiver is one of the Jets' weakest positions, as they have locker room cancer Santonio Holmes and rookie Stephen Hill manning the top two slots on the depth chart.
However, the team has three players who are capable of claiming the No. 3 wideout role.
Second-year man Jeremy Kerley, veteran Chaz Schilens and Patrick Turner have all been competing to win the prized job, but the battle is yet to see a true winner.
Kerley has the most potential of the bunch, but he has disappointed the coaching staff immensely this offseason.
Rex Ryan has publicly stated that Kerley needs to "step it up" in training camp.
Schilens has suffered from injuries this training camp, so coaches have been unable to evaluate his game.
The lack of playing time has killed Schilens' chances of winning the role, and as of right now, making the roster is the first step for him.
Turner is the dark horse of the competition, as he has been the Jets' most effective receiver through two preseason games.
The coaching staff has to pick a winner soon, and with no player being a true standout, they may choose to base their decision off upside.
In that case, the job is Kerley's.
Predicted Winner: Jeremy Kerley