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Despite an active free agency that saw them net high-profile players such as Michael Vick, Chris Johnson and Eric Decker, the Jets still have a boatload of needs heading into the draft.
New York still has holes at cornerback, wide receiver, safety, outside linebacker, guard and tight end.
While the Jets have enough draft picks to at least slightly improve all these weaknesses, the team needs to decide which needs have to be addressed in the early rounds.
Should Gang Green aim for a cornerback, a wide receiver or just the best available player early on? The argument can be made for all three.
For cornerback, it's simple. Dee Milliner is still a bit of a question mark, and New York plays some of football's most dangerous passing attacks next season, including Green Bay, Chicago, Detroit, Denver, New England and San Diego.
At wide receiver, New York has a massive hole opposite Eric Decker. Even with troubling secondary play last year, the defense was still solid. The offense, however, needs to improve significantly.
The argument for best available player is also a good one. The Jets have enough holes to warrant them considering almost any elite prospect. If a potential superstar is available at their draft slot, they should at least consider him, no matter his position.