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8. T.J. Lang (8th round, 253)
Offseason projection: 7th round; Pro Day results: 4.56 second 40
Jets draft picks typically become cornerbacks who have the physical tools of a strong safety who excels in zone coverage, but doesn't make the mental investment to take the step up that typically comes later. Lang has those skills. The Jets have to wait until 2018 to start drafting cornerbacks, so Lang's stock doesn't get a lot of attention.
9. Myles Jack (16th round, 210)
Offseason projection: 5th round; Pro Day results: 4.57 second 40
No one could have been more pleased with Jack's first professional season than the coaching staff and general manager Todd Bowles. He has good size and athleticism, and the Jets drafted him as an undersized, young safety who could improve at nickel. If his NFL work in minicamp is any indication, his future is bright.
10. Malik Hooker (27th round, 250)
Offseason projection: 5th round; Pro Day results: 4.5-second 40
If the Jets don't draft a corner or safety, they need to address the secondary. While there's no doubt they've looked at all the free-agent targets they've had available, it would be an exciting first round for the Jets to select a starting-caliber free-agent corner or safety. Hooker is an intriguing prospect.
11. Josh Mauga (30th round, 280)
Offseason projection: 6th round; Pro Day results: 3.74-second 40
The Jets should have the money for Mauga in the third or fourth round, but it's going to be a while before he starts practicing with the first team. So his draft status probably won't be confirmed until the team's second-round pick, which could fall late in this year's draft.
12. Mike Evans (36th round, 305)
Offseason projection: 4th round; Pro Day results: 4.55-second 40
In a year or two, NFL teams might be willing to take some risk on Evans for the chance to draft him. For a safety and a corner who also could play strong safety at the next level, he could become a valuable starter and a nice complement to the speedy corner/safety duo of Brice McCain and Kevin Hogan.
13. Will Blackmon (39th round, 315)
Offseason projection: 6th round; Pro Day results: 4.52-second 40
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