The Jets' future will be highlighted by potential franchise-altering transactions that could promptly restore promise to a team that has plummeted into the depths of mediocrity.
The draft is an opportunity for the Jets to fill multiple voids at several key positions and upgrade certain areas of personnel.
New York is expected to have just ten starters under contract for next season when overpaid veterans Bart Scott, Calvin Pace, Eric Smith and Jason Smith are inevitably cut, which makes the impending draft vital for the Jets' future progress.
New general manager John Idzik has never operated the war room on draft day, but needs to be succinct in demanding control and determining final decisions.
The Jets won't be able to fix their busted roster with seven selections in the impending draft, but they're in dire need of an influx of fresh talent.
The following outlines seven realistic draft picks on a round-to-round basis that the Jets should optimally select, given the opportunity.