Baker Mayfield opened up about his meeting with the Jets at the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine and said he was pleased with how it went.
Mayfield is a top prospect in the 2018 NFL Draft after finishing his 2017-18 season with 4,627 passing yards, 43 touchdowns and just six interceptions. He led the Sooners to the Rose Bowl, where he completed 23 of 35 passes for 287 yards while throwing two touchdowns and one interception in a 54-48 loss to Georgia.
"I did meet with them," Mayfield said, via Rich Cimini of ESPN. "The meeting went well. I met with them at the Senior Bowl for a little bit. Kind of had a small introduction with some of the offensive guys and more of their staff was there at the combine. Went smooth, watched some more film. Sat down and got to know them a little bit more. Talked through some ball, getting to know them at a personal level so they know what they are getting. Think it went well."
The 2017 Heisman trophy winner would relish the opportunity to play in New York.
"I'd love to be drafted anywhere honestly, but to be able to play on a New York team -- the spotlight, the pressure, I think that's something I really enjoy," Mayfield said. "Having to live up to a high standard, I love setting expectations and standards high so that's two spots that would fit pretty well for me."
Mayfield will learn where he'll play his football in 2018 at the NFL Draft on April 26.