New York Jets

On the clock: Houston Texans, Pick: 7.41

General Manager: @ChrisTrapasso

1.1818Jason Verrett, CB
from TCU
The Jets need a bit more help at CB, even after drafting Dee Milliner in Round 1 a year ago. Though Verrett isn't a "tall" defensive back, his ball skills, natural coverage ability and overall tenacity will vibe with Rex Ryan's blitz-heavy defense.
2.1749Davante Adams, WR
from Fresno State
Davante Adams is a young, explosive wide receiver who'll play opposite Eric Decker in the Jets offense. He's a TD-scoring machine with impressive athleticism and an overall playing style that compares to Jordy Nelson. Adams is precisely what New York needs to aid Geno Smith's development.
3.0165Troy Niklas, TE
from Notre Dame
Niklas is a Martellus Bennett/Rob Gronkowski type prospect. He's young and can be a major contributor as a well-rounded blocker and in the red zone for the Jets right away. Also, his upside is through the roof. More Geno help.
4.15115Dontae Johnson, FS
from North Carolina State
It's not that the Jets don't like Dawan Landry and Antonio Allen, it's just that the safety position is certainly upgradable at this point. Dontae Johnson is a size/speed specimen who can be a chess piece in the New York's constantly shifting secondary.
4.37137De'Anthony Thomas, RB
from Oregon
The Jets added Jacoby Ford this offseason, but De'Anthony Thomas adds a true Tavon Austin-type dimension to the offense. Again, more weaponry to aid Geno. Thomas will allow for an assortment of high percentage, YAC-predicated throws and the occasional jet sweep or reverse to complement New York's power running philosophy.
5.14154Wesley Johnson, OT
from Vanderbilt
The Jets could use some offensive line, help and Wesley Johnson is a versatile trench player who handled Jadeveon Clowney in 2013.
6.33209Derrell Johnson, OLB
from East Carolina
Check Derrell Johnson's film. He's a SLB/DE/ILB wrecking ball with above-average movement skills. Quite simply, he doesn't look fun to block. The Jets are happy to snag such a "Rex Ryan" type defender at this stage in the draft.
6.34210Bene Benwikere, CB
from San Jose State
Bene Benwikere is a fluid athlete with amazing coverage ability. He needs a great deal of refinement (mainly pertaining to his ball skills), but he's a fun development guy this late for Gang Green.
6.37213Alden Darby, SS
from Arizona State
Allen Darby doesn't blow you away with his athletic talents, but he's seemingly always around the football making plays at each level of the field.
7.18233Quincy Enunwa, WR
from Nebraska

Trade Details
4.04NFL: from Buccaneers for for Darrelle Revis
3.01#MockOne: from Texans for pick(s): 4.04,6.19,3.16