Trystan Colon could sneak onto New York Jets’ roster
With training camp well underway in Florham Park, plenty of attention has been placed on the New York Jets‘ offensive tackle situation. Mekhi Becton and Max Mitchell are pushing for starting jobs, Billy Turner is getting surprising first-team reps, and Duane Brown is working his way back to full health.
But what about the interior of the offensive line?
The full, member-only Trystan Colon film breakdown can be found at the bottom of this article (must be a Jets X-Factor member and logged into the site).
The Jets have their two starting guards penciled in, with Laken Tomlinson on the left and Alijah Vera-Tucker on the right. At center, there appears to be an open competition between Connor McGovern, Wes Schweitzer, and Joe Tippmann.
There is another interesting player in the interior group who will try to sneak onto the back end of the depth chart: Trystan Colon.
Colon offers versatility, having started at both center and right guard in his career. Still 25 years old and with only four career starts under his belt, Colon has the potential for some growth.
After watching Colon’s film, I came away liking him more than I thought I would.
- Would Colon be a quality backup?
- How does he fit in the Jets system?
- How does he compare to Schweitzer?
- Which position is his best?
All of these questions and many more are answered in this edition of Blewett’s Blitz!
Full member-only Trystan Colon film breakdown
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