Ignoring the offense completely in the first round, the Jets round out their opening two picks with another defensive player.
This time, it's Missouri DT Sheldon Richardson.
Giving a nod to the Rex Ryan-era drafts of recent memory, the Jets are continuing to upgrade their defense, first nabbing cornerback Dee Milliner and then grabbing Richardson, a 6-2 1/2 294-pound defensive tackle out of Missouri.
Richardson was an All-SEC honoree that led the Tigers in tackles for a loss (10 1/2), adding 75 total stops and four sacks.
A JUCO transfer, Richardson has had some charachter issues in the past. According to the Pro Football Weekly draft guide, he has a "big mouth, coachability and maturity have been issues."
Still, his productivity is undeniable on third and fourth down, registering 30 of his 75 stops on crucial downs.
The pick could be a sign that the Jets are moving to a 4-3 scheme, or at least that Ryan still has a big presence in the Draft room, still.