After months of inactivity following the frenzy at the beginning of free agency, the NFL offseason will pick back up in a big way on Thursday.
Yes, the NFL draft is finally upon us.
While moving back the draft a couple of weeks has left fans clamoring for even more football-related news, it has also served to add to the anticipation for the big event.
And for NFL prospects, it has been either a welcome relief or an ill-timed evil.
The extra time has allowed scouts and experts time to analyze prospects down to every last detail. That means that some previously hidden strengths, or weaknesses, may affect draft stocks.
Click through to see players whom the New York Jets might target and whether the stock of these prospects has skyrocketed or fallen significantly.