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New York signed Eric Decker to be the team's No. 1 wide receiver this offseason, and he's been terrific in training camp thus far.
However, the No. 2 job is still very cloudy, as third-year man Stephen Hill, veterans David Nelson and Jacoby Ford and rookies Jalen Saunders and Shaq Evans are all competing for the job.
Hill has frequented as the favorite to win the job, as his physical ability is unmatched by the rest of the competition. However, the Georgia Tech product has been yet to translate his immense natural talent into production at the NFL level.
Hill's off to an up-and-down training camp. According to Rich Cimini of ESPN New York, the 23-year-old was one of four receivers who were scolded by offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg for dropping easy passes on Saturday.
However, Hill's also had his moments. He responded to a group of heckling fans with a nice catch, according to Jane McManus of ESPN New York.
Hill needs to show more of the latter if he's going to claim the No. 2 job.
Nelson and Evans were among the aforementioned receivers who had a case of the dropsies. Ford's also had some questionable hands thus far.
None of the receivers has really lit up training camp over the first few days, which isn't a good sign if you're a Jets fan.
Hill's still in the driver's seat to win the spot, but both the coaching staff and fanbase would have more confidence in him if he put together a consistent camp.