The Oklahoma Drill Podcast unveils its war room mock draft special, an episode dedicated to dissecting every potential New York Jets pick.
The 2021 NFL draft is one day away. This means teams are finally ready to put all the scouting trips, interviews and prospect grades they’ve completed over the past year to good use.
New York Jets general manager Joe Douglas will get his first chance to mold the roster to new head coach Robert Saleh‘s systems: a 4-3 base defense and a wide zone rushing attack offensively. Transitioning to new schemes is never as simple as it seems. The appropriate players with the appropriate skill-sets are always required in order reach the scheme’s highest production ceiling.
The Jets are well-stocked with ammunition to add exciting young scheme fits in the upcoming draft, with two first-round picks, six picks in the top 107, and 10 picks overall.
This week on the Oklahoma Drill Podcast, the hosts go through every pick the Jets have and make selections based on who they each think is the right player at that particular spot.
Using the NFL Mock Draft Database consensus big board—an aggregate board that compiles mock drafts from across the web to try and depict where each player is expected to be selected—two hosts acted as scouts presenting their chosen players, while the third acted as the general manager who made the final decision.
Tune in to the full episode for breakdowns of every player proposed and selected, trade options, and a discussion on the Jets outlook moving forward. The official Oklahoma Drill Podcast mock draft class is set. The only thing that remains is Thursday night kicking off the 2021 NFL draft.