NEW YORK – The New York Jets' offense was downright offensive on most Sundays the past few seasons. Pick by pick early in the NFL draft, Joe Douglas went to work on changing all that.
The Jets went with offense on their first four selections, kicking things off by taking their newest franchise quarterback in BYU's Zach Wilson at No.
2 overall. Next came a trade up from No. 23 to No. 14 to pick USC guard Alijah Vera-Tucker. New York stayed put at No. 34 despite calls from teams looking to move up, and selected speedy and versatile Ole Miss wide receiver Elijah Moore.Read more on clickorlando.com