The New York Jets are in dire need of some wide receiver depth following the departure of Jamison Crowder earlier this offseason.
Luckily for the Jets, the franchise currently holds the No. 4 and No. 10 overall picks in this month’s stacked wide receiver draft.
On Friday, ESPN NFL analyst Dan Orlovsky suggested one player he thinks the Jets should select with the No. 4 pick.
Ohio State wide receiver Garrett Wilson.
— Dan Orlovsky (@danorlovsky7) April 22, 2022
Wilson is widely considered a top wide receiver option in a class that includes elite talent like Jameson Williams, Drake London, Treylon Burks and more. In his final collegiate season with the Buckeyes, Wilson collected 1,048 yards and 12 touchdowns while splitting touches with fellow first-round talent Chris Olave.
Wilson is the kind of rookie that could make an immediate impact at the NFL level. If the Jets do select him with either one of their top-10 picks, he would give second-year QB Zach Wilson a much-needed go-to target.
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