New York Jets Mock Draft: Early Predictions for the 2013 Draft

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New York Jets Mock Draft: Early Predictions for the 2013 Draft
Derick E. Hingle-US PRESSWIRE

With a convincing win Sunday against the St. Louis Rams, the New York Jets' playoff hopes remain on life support.  

With renewed hope and a Thanksgiving game against the New England Patriots looming, the NFL Draft might be the furthest thing on the minds of Jets fans.

However, it's never too early to start a "radar list" of prospects who could end up in the green and white next season.

The Jets have the look of a team that will finish somewhere around .500, give or take a game or two.  That should land the Jets a draft pick somewhere in the 8-15 range.

With the NCAA season winding down and mock drafts starting to take shape, prospects could be identified that look to be good fits for the Jets.

The team has a ton of holes all over the roster, so there are a number of ways the Jets could go with their picks.

The Jets have an extreme dearth of dangerous skill position players.  However, as it stands now, there don't appear to be many game-breakers projected as first-round picks.

The draft does appear to be strong at offensive tackle and linebacker, two huge positions of need for the team going forward.

Prospects will rise and fall tremendously after performances in postseason All-Star games, pro days and combines, so this is a very cursory look at the Jets' options in the first round.

Jets fans who follow the draft, though, should put these names on their early radar list, because it's never too early to start obsessing about the draft if you are a Jets fan.  


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