1 (11). Mekhi Becton, OT, 6'7", 364, Louisville
2 (59). Denzel Mims, WR, 6'3", 207, Baylor
3 (68). Ashtyn Davis, S, 6'1", 202, Cal
3 (79). Jabari Zuniga, DE, 6'3", 264, Florida
4 (120). Lamical Perine, RB, 5'11", 216, Florida
4 (125). James Morgan, QB, 6'4", 229, Florida International
4 (129). Cameron Clark, G, 6'5", 308, Charlotte
5 (158). Bryce Hall, CB, 6'1", 202, Virginia
6 (191). Braden Mann, P, 5'11", 198, Texas A&M
GM Joe Douglas quietly had an outstanding debut draft. He added value via two trade-downs and bought low on former second-round cornerback Quincy Wilson by sending Indianapolis a sixth-round pick. Becton and (especially) Mims could have gone earlier, while Davis and Zuniga are both very talented. Hall was a borderline first-round pick before an ankle injury. Another receiver would have been nice, but the Jets should be beaming after bolstering the O-line.
Despite having a major need, the Jets were very patient in a deep receiving class. They were rewarded when Mims fell to them at No. 59, even after they traded down. That's great value for a fringe first-round prospect, and Mims has the skill set to be an X receiver in the NFL.
There aren't many players with more upside than Becton. The biggest player in the draft, he moves incredibly well for a 364-pounder, with light feet and the balance to square up much smaller players in the open field. He could become a star at left or right tackle.