This is no ordinary draft for the New York Jets, even just two years removed from their last AFC Championship appearance. The roster is in tatters, loaded with bad contracts at key positions and enough holes to set the scene for a Louis Sachar novel.
If there was not enough riding on the success of John Idzik's first draft as a general manager, he will be heavily scrutinized as he tries to turn who was the team's best player in a generation into invaluable building blocks for the future.
The Jets have enough holes on their roster that their options are limitless in terms of which position to address and when to do so. This draft has enough depth to provide quality starters deep into the middle rounds and the Jets need to find a way to capitalize on this draft's unusual depth.
This slideshow will bring you instant analysis of every pick and trade as the draft unfolds. As you wait for the bell to ring, read on for a list of potential first-round targets the Jets could be looking to use one of their two top 15 picks on Thursday night.