The New York Jets are a franchise in rebuilding mode, so a successful crop of rookies is highly important to the team's future.
As a whole, the Jets' 2013 draft was solid. The front office, led by new general manager John Idzik, managed to not only claim talented players, but also fill out many of the team's glaring weaknesses.
With such an inexperienced roster, many of the selected rookies have a decent chance of claiming starting jobs in their first NFL seasons.
Here's a quick look at the Jets' rookies heading into training camp.