The New York Jets used the free agency period to bolster their defense and offensive line.
The Jets can use the upcoming draft to fill other roster holes with those concerns addressed.
As ESPN NFL Nation reporter for the Jets Rich Cimini shared, they may take a hint from their division rivals.
Big WR moves in AFC East:
🏈Bills: Extend Diggs, sign Crowder (gone: Beasley)
🏈Dolphins: Trade for Hill, sign Wilson (gone: Parker)
🏈Patriots: Trade for Parker
🏈Jets: Re-sign Berrios (gone: Crowder)
All signs point to #Jets getting WR w/ high pick, if not trade.
— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) April 6, 2022
Cimini pointed out the moves that the Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, and New England Patriots made this offseason.
Following that trend, there’s a high chance that the Jets will get a wide receiver with their fourth overall selection.
Likewise, losing Crowder to the Bills opens up a spot in the wideout depth chart.
Who Will The Jets Get?
Luckily, the 2022 wide receiver class is deep, and they may get the best option on the board.
In that case, the Jets might draft Ohio State’s Garrett Wilson, who is widely regarded as the best wideout available.
There’s also Alabama’s Jameson Williams and USC’s big target Drake London.
The Jets may also consider Treylon Burks, Chris Olave, Jahan Dotson, Christian Watson, George Pickens, and Skyy Moore.