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ESNY keeps you updated on the names that join the New York Jets beyond the 254 names called at the podium in Nashville.

Geoff Magliocchetti

DL Justin Alexandre, Incarnate Word-Alexandre, an Elmont native, forced three fumbles last season. (Incarnate Word Football)

LB Jeff Allison, Fresno State-An undrafted upperclassman, Allison departs Fresno as the 2018 Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Year, earning 120 tackles and two interceptions. (Fresno State Football)

CB John Battle, LSU-An ankle injury sidelined Battle for the final four regular season games, but he returned just in time for the Tigers’ Fiesta Bowl victory over Central Florida. (LSU Football)

CB Kyron Brown, Akron-Brown has earned 96 tackles and three interceptions over the past two seasons. (Jason B. Hirschhorn)

WR Greg Dortch, Wake Forest-Dortch’s 1,078 yards on 89 receptions were tallies respectively good for second and third in ACC. (Dortch)

EDGE Jabril Frazier, Boise State-Frazier earned 11.5 sacks over the past two seasons. (B.J. Rains)

DT Fred Jones, Florida State-It’s a family affair for Jones, he of 26 tackles last season, as his uncle is former Jets linebacker, Marvin Jones. (Manish Mehta)

LT Tyler Jones, North Carolina State-Jones earned first-team All-ACC honors in each of the past two seasons. (Jones)

OL Toa Lobendahn, USC-Another former teammate of Sam Darnold and third-round pick Chuma Edoga joins the fold, earning second-team All-Pac-12 honors last season. (USC)

OL Wyatt Miller, UCF-Miller was a four-year starter for the Golden Knights’ dominant offense. (Miller)

RB Jalin Moore, Appalachian State-Injuries limited Moore to five games last season, but he led the Sun Belt in rushing in back-to-back seasons, earning the conference’s Offensive Player of the Year Award in his sophomore season. (uSTADIUM)

LB Jamey Mosley, Alabama-Mosley joins the Jets’ fold with not just former teammate Quinnen Williams, but his brother C.J. as well. (C.J. Mosley on Instagram)

DL Kyle Phillips, Tennessee-Phillips had 55 tackles and four sacks last season, but his 2018 highlight was an interception returned for a touchdown against Alabama. (Phillips)

S Santos Ramirez, Arkansas-Ramirez’s senior campaign saw him earn 87 tackles. (Aaron Wilson)

DT Trevon Sanders, Troy-Sanders earned 108 tackles, including six sacks, over four seasons. (Troy Football)

WR Jeff Smith, Boston College-A converted quarterback, Smith tallied seven total touchdowns in his senior season. (Greg Auman)

DL MyQuon Stout, Appalachian State-Stout was a two-year captain for a Mountaineers squad that ranked at the top of most major defensive categories. (Appalachian State Football)

[LAST UPDATED: Sunday, April 27, 3:35 p.m. EST]

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