Trevor Reilly was the Jets' 12th and final selection in this offseason's draft, but he boasts one of the team's most interesting stories.
The linebacker will turn 27 at the end of this season, as he began college two years late after completing a mission for the Mormon Church.
While he was tremendous during his tenure at Utah, Reilly has just an outside shot of making the final roster, as he plays at one of New York's deepest and most talented positions, and he's already probably reached his full physical potential.
However, Reilly did do himself a favor in Saturday's scrimmage, as he raced through the offensive line for a sack, according to Craig Hoffman of the Jet Press.
Reilly needs to continue to make play after play if he's to surprise everyone and make the final roster.
Kerry Hyder had little to no hype around him entering training camp, as he went undrafted out of Texas Tech earlier in the offseason.
Nonetheless, the undersized defensive lineman has been one of camp's biggest surprises. He's managed to make an impact on several plays and win some battles in the trenches.
Hyder's play has been so good that he earned praise from coach Rex Ryan last week, per Dom Cosentino of NJ.com.
Don't be surprised if Hyder's the lone undrafted free agent on New York's final roster.