As the NFL offseason progresses for the 30 teams not participating in the Super Bowl, hopeful NCAA players are starting to sort out their futures in this game.
With the Senior Bowl in the books, mock drafts from around the web will start to align themselves with each other and start to at least agree on the general vicinity where specific prospects will be selected.
One of the main story lines of the 2013 Senior Bowl would be whether or not any of the quarterbacks would separate themselves from the pack and become established as a first-round pick.
That simply wasn't the case as Mike Glennon, Ryan Nassib, Landry Jones and Zac Dysert did nothing to instill confidence in any team looking at them as a franchise quarterback.
So what does this all mean for the Jets?
If you scoured the internet for enough mock drafts, you will find the Jets connected to just about every quarterback who played in the game.
Because of the lackluster play at the position, it seems to be less likely the Jets will take a chance on one of them in the first round.
While the quarterback position is of great concern to Jets fans, there are plenty of other holes to fill on the roster as well.
This latest mock draft will take a look at who the Jets might select to fill those holes, but some ground rules need to be set first.
This mock draft was completed under the following assumptions:
- The Jets will address their wide receiver needs through free agency. They have Stephen Hill as a young project with an upside, they don''t need another.
- The Jets will resign either Brandon Moore or Matt Slauson, but not both.
- The Jets will either stick with Austin Howard at right tackle or sign a free agent.
- The Jets will resign either or both LaRon Landry or Yeremiah Bell and increase Antonio Allen's role at safety in 2013.
- No trades were assumed involving Darrelle Revis or otherwise.
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