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Collin Klein going to New York would be a lot like Tim Tebow going to New York—except Klein will likely have a better NFL career than Tebow, if given the chance.
Klein is a dual-threat quarterback in every way.
Defenses don't want him to run the ball, but he can be dangerous passing the ball, too. He has been the most exciting player in college football this year, and he will likely make a trip to New York in December to collect a well-deserved Heisman Trophy.
How would it go over if he were a Jet? I think it would go over well. He does have an arm, which is more than some people would say about Tebow, and he has a reputation for winning (and looking great in the process).
Klein would have to make some adjustments, and it's unlikely he'd start right away. But if the Jets decide to draft and develop Klein the right way, then they would put the AFC East on notice. The Jets might not win instantly, but they would be dangerous in a year or two (which is why Klein is my No. 2 pick).
The kid is just that good, and the best news for the Jets is that he will likely last well into Round 3 or even Round 4.