New York Jets beat CB Ahmad ‘Sauce’ Gardner, WR Garrett Wilson, DE Jermaine Johnson in the first 2022 NFL draft

FLORHAM PARK, NJ – Deebo Samuel’s much-anticipated trade did not appear in the New York Jets, but remained one of the biggest issues in the NFL’s planning for the first three rounds on Thursday.

With two top 10 picks – the first clearance in the same period – the Jets picked up Cincinnati defender Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner with a fourth-place finish in the first round and followed six with Ohio State receiver Garrett Wilson.

Later, the Jets traded to vie for the defense of Florida State Jermaine Johnson II, who is known as the top 10 nominees. 26, making three choices for the Tennessee Titans. He sent second, third and fifth elections to Tennessee, receiving a 26th and a third reversal.

The first three fans have shown great enthusiasm for the Jets since they made their first four appearances in 2000. Wilson’s decision shows the Jets are out of business with Samuels, the unhappy San Francisco 49ers receiver. They decided to keep their choice and build it through planning.

Gardner has joined a revised high school that includes two free additions, behind DJ Reed and security Jordan Whitehead. The second was a weak spot last season, as the Jets finished 30th in the pass defense and only looked two ways from the back corner.

With the AFC East full of enthusiastic recipients, including the new addition of the Miami Dolphins to Tyreek Hill, the Jets want to improve at the back. They haven’t had a virtual closing corner since Darrelle Revis, the first election in 2007. They made money starting in 2010 and 2013 with Kyle Wilson and Dee Milliner, respectively, but no one came close to their expectations.

“That’s the main thing I know – when I think of Jets, I think of Darrelle Revis,” Gardner said. I’m still watching him today. “

Gardner brings back the shining start of the Jets, an all-American American with such a unique difference that he did not allow himself to drop out of college. This includes three seasons and over 1,000 photos in the media. He was so scared that he was only watched twice in the final games. In his career, he finished with nine routes, 27 passes protected by three bags.

He also has an unusual size (6-foot-3) and long arms (33½), qualities that can help him in the fight against big receivers. One question around Gardner is that he was primarily a journalist in college; Jets run a permanent security. Gardner’s nickname will make him popular among New York headliners. He received the nickname “Soup” from a young teacher at the age of 6. The original version was “A1 Sauce Sweet Feet Gardner” because of its association with fast food.

Gardner became the third Cincinnati player to be selected in the first all-time competition, joining Bob Bell (1971) and quarterback Greg Cook (1969). The Jets did not find Samuel, but Wilson provided plenty of opportunities – as well as the connections of Wilson-to-Wilson, quarterback Zach and Garrett.

Known for domestic violence in Ohio State, they earned 15.1 yards per party last season – 70 yards 1,058 yards. Of its 12 touchdowns, six cameras on stops, according to ESPN Stats & Information. The only knock was that he dropped six balls.

Wilson raised his stakes with a terrific finish, recording six touchdowns and 124 yards in the last three games. He decided not to play in the Rose Bowl. He solidified his NFL form with a strong scouting combination – 4.38 seconds in a 40-yard speed.

The nomination of Wilson, who was selected by Jamal Adams ‘Seattle Seahawks’ Sets, was hailed by Jets quarterback Zach Wilson.

Wilson tweeted: “What’s better than 1 Wilson? 2 Wilsons. Let’s goooooooooo !!!!!!!”

Shorter than 6-foot tall, weighing 183 pounds, Garrett Wilson is a little thinner in this position. It connects to receiving corpses that are smaller than Corey Davis (6-foot-3). Other recipients are Elijah Moore (5-foot-10) and Braxton Berrios (5-foot-9).

The Jets’ main goal this season is to develop the talent around second-year player Zach Wilson, who struggled as a rookie. Garrett Wilson is an addition to the marquee. In the free team, he signed strong CJ Uzomah and Tyler Conklin and guarded Laken Tomlinson.

Frustrated by the lack of explosive games, the Jets finished 28th with a score.

Johnson, coming from a 12-point season in Florida State, meets the need for a run. The Jets gave him a lot of respect and considered him a 10th person, sources said. Johnson, who started his career at a high school, moved to Georgia and moved to Florida State, where he played for only one year.

But it was a big year, as he was named ACC Defensive Player of the Year. He hoisted his load on the Senior Bowl and continued his climb to the top, running 40 in 4.58 seconds.


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