Jace Amaro, TE
The reason development is such a key for the Jets in 2016 is because there just aren’t a couple of names up for grabs in the development pot. Instead, there are many.
One of these guys will feel like an extra rookie early round pick, despite the fact he’s not a rookie.
Jace Amaro is talented. Make no mistake about it.
He’s fast (4.74 40-yard), strong (28 reps on the bench), and athletic (33-inch vertical). Even in Mary Mornhinweg’s terrible offense with Geno Smith at the helm, Amaro showed just enough potential in 2014 to make 2016 feel promising.