15. Jordan Jenkins
14. Brian Winters
13. Steve McLendon
12. Bilal Powell
11. Elijah McGuire
As perhaps the shocker of the list, Elijah McGuire ranks 11th.
Yes, the kid is nasty and could absolutely take on a workhorse role in New York. Bilal Powell is at No. 12 and with expected starter Isaiah Crowell also in the mix, the running back spot doesn’t offer up any household names yet does showcase incredible depth.
Jordan Jenkins is your regular, professional 3-4 outside linebacker who’s studly against the run while maximizing effort over athleticism. Unfortunately, he’ll never be that speedy edge demon the Jets have been without for so long.
Brian Winters ranks as the highest offensive lineman while underrated Steve McLendon has done a tremendous job filling in as best he can for Damon Harrison.