Kenrick Ellis School: Hampton Height: 6’5 Weight: 346 A tall, thickly put together defensive tackle with a strong-looking lower half and a long set of arms. Carries his weight very well for his size. Is a gifted athlete for his dimensions. Possesses an explosive first step, does a nice job keeping his pad level down through contact when trying to
With the 30th pick the New York Jets select Muhammad Wilkerson DT Temple. Height: 6’4 Weight: 315 Arm Length: 35 1/4 College: Temple Conference: Mid-American Muhammad Wilkerson Highlights 40 Yard Dash4.96 Time Bench Press27.0 Reps Vertical Jump26.0 Height Broad Jump106.0 Distance 3 Cone Drill7.31 Time 20 Yard Shuttle4.59 Time Overview Wilkerson is an elite 3-4 defensive end prospect with
Now there is no chance of us landing him but one things clear about the Jets is players/ rookies and free agents all want to play in Gotham under Rex Ryan. Peterson said he wouldn’t mind playing for the Jets. “If I go to the Jets, man, if I’m going with Coach Rex [Ryan], I’m talking Super Bowl.
Akeem expressed his excitement with the possibility to play for Rex Ryan and the Jets. I’ve heard nothing but good things from and about this guy and I personally would welcome him to New York. “The tape doesn’t lie,” one AFC scout told Mehta. “… He’s going to make some team very happy this week. He’s a steal late
Brandon Moore is happy to be back in the mix and is happy that he is able to workout and study back in the Jets complex. The players and the fans are happy. However Billionaire owners? no so much. Moore, one of the Jets’ representatives for the former players union, said he was excited “some sense of normalcy” will
Brain Basset from the Jets blog lists a bunch of prospects that could fall to the Jets at their given draft status. 1st Round – 30th pick overall – DT Corey Liuget, DE Adrian Clayborn, DT Muhammad Wilkerson, DE Justin Houston, OT Nate Solder, DT Phil Taylor, DE Cameron Heyward, OLB Brooks Reed, CB Aaron Williams, DT Stephen Paea