25 through 11

25. Jace Amaro, TE
24. Jarvis Jenkins, DL
23. Steve McLendon, DT
22. Quincy Enunwa, WR
21. Lorenzo Mauldin, OLB
20. Breno Giacomini, RT
19. Marcus Williams, CB
18. Tommy Bohanon, FB
17. Darron Lee, LB
16. Nick Folk, K
15. David Harris, ILB
14. Marcus Gilchrist, FS
13. Buster Skrine, CB
12. Ryan Clady, LT
11. Leonard Williams, DE/DL

The top snubs to the Top 25 include Devin Smith, Erin Henderson, Brian Winters, and rookie Jordan Jenkins. Other rookies such as Juston Burris and Charone Peake are just too much of an unkown quality to squeeze in.

Certain lower-level positions show up in this area with Tommy Bohanon and Nick Folk. Both are terrific players at their positions. It’s just tough to justify placing a FB and/or K any higher than where they’re listed.

Jace Amaro, while he has the skill to move up tremendously, ranks near the middle of the roster until he proves he can stay on the field. The same can be said for Ryan Clady and his health concerns.

Many Jets fans will look on and point to the David Harris No. 15 spot as a grave injustice. At 33 years old, while he can still thump with the best of them in the run game, he simply won’t see the same amount of playing time moving forward. This playing time will go to rookie Darron Lee who’ll make a huge difference for the Jets on nickel and dime looks. Harris in pass coverage is simply a nightmare.

Marcus Gilchrist is a sneaky No. 14 with his brilliant center-field abilities as it Buster Skrine with his slot coverage talents.

Once 2016 is all said and done, second-year Leonard Williams will be in the top 10.

It’s interesting to note that no quarterbacks are listed on this page. Will any of them show up in the top 10? If you’re a diehard Jets fan, you already know the answer.

Now let’s get onto the big show, the top 10: