Experts predict Gang Green will boost OL

Oct 22, 2022; College Park, Maryland, USA; Northwestern Wildcats offensive lineman Peter Skoronski (77) prepares to block Maryland Terrapins linebacker Fa'Najae Gotay (9) during the first half at SECU Stadium.

Oct 22, 2022, College Park, Maryland USA; Northwestern Wildcats offensive player Peter Skoronski (77), prepares to block Maryland Terrapins Linebacker Fa’Najae Gotay (9), during the first half at SECU Stadium. / Brad Mills USA TODAY Sports

The Jets Owner has been steadily adding pieces to the inventory during off-season. Woody Johnson Recently, he said that he was “pretty confident” a trade for Aaron Rodgers will get done.

There is still much work to do to create a Super Bowl-contending team. The 2023 NFL Draft is a great place for young talent.

Having said that, here are the Jets mock drafts for Round 1:

Adam Rank,

OT Peter Skoronski (Northwestern)

You completely destroyed last year’s draft and ultimately won Offensive (Garrett Wilson) and Defensive (Sauce Gardner) Rookie of the Year honors. Now, it’s time for a lineman to protect Aaron Rodgers. Skoronski is from Park Ridge in Illinois where the mock drafter was born. Skoronski grew to be a Packers fan as his grandfather was a player. He can also fanboy with his (presumed new) quarterback.

Tom Fornelli, CBS Sports

OT Darnell Wright (Tennessee)

Strong, big, and experienced at both tackle spots during his career. Wright doesn’t have any exceptional traits, but there aren’t obvious weaknesses, and he performed very well against. Will Anderson.

Walter Cherepinsky,

OT Broderick Jones (Georgia)

Mekhi Becton It was a disappointing loss, so the Jets could use this pick for a new offensive tackle.

Broderick Jones, a raw lineman, showed tremendous upside at the combine.

Georgia Bulldogs offensive lineman Broderick Jones celebrates against the TCU Horned Frogs during the CFP national championship game at SoFi Stadium.

Broderick, Georgia Bulldogs offensive player celebrates against TCU Horned Frogs during CFP national championship at SoFi Stadium. / Mark J. Rebilas – USA TODAY Sports

Garrett Podell, CBS Sports

OT Paris Johnson Jr. (Ohio State)

The Jets need to have better protection from the offensive lines, especially since Aaron Rodgers will soon be their quarterback. Gang Green allowed their quarterbacks to be pressured on 35.9 percent of their dropbacks in 2022, the seventh-highest rate in the NFL. Mekhi Becton’s fate is unknown so this plug-and-play starter can either fill the void or play opposite him.

Kyle Dvorchak, NBC Sports EDGE

OT Peter Skoronski (Northwestern)

Mekhi Becton, the left tackle, has been in just one game over two years. He is said to have lost weight and is in “the best shape of my life territory”. However, I do not see GM. Joe Douglas For the final years, Aaron Rodgers will gamble with his left tackle. Skoronski can play guard if Becton is healthy and able to continue playing.

Michael Renner, PFF

DL Calijah Kancey (Pittsburgh)

The Jets come up empty on the tackle run, but it is hard to deny their desperate situation at that point. Kancey and Quinnen Williams New York would be home to the most athletic and fearless defensive tackle duo in NFL History, making it difficult for third down pass blocking.

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