There's just a little more than a week to go and still some mystery - even at the top of the NFL Draft where the smart money is still on Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray and Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa going 1-2 to the Cardinals and the 49ers.
If that doesn't happen, it could have a huge impact on the Jets - especially if Murray falls and teams that love him want to trade up.
For now, though, let's assume Murray-Bosa will go 1-2 as expected. If that happens, here's a look at how the Jets' six picks could go:
First round (3rd overall) - DE/LB Josh Allen, Kentucky
Nothing really has changed with their thinking at No. 3. They will field trade offers and will seriously consider moving down as long as they can get at least one second-round pick in return. If not, they will choose between Allen and defensive tackle Quinnen Williams. The 6-5, 260-pound Allen is the obvious choice since the Jets need help at edge rusher. But Williams might be the better prospect and the safer choice. Many NFL people insist they'd take Williams over Allen. It's going to be hard to pass on that edge-rusher though, since it's such a big hole in the Jets' current lineup.
Third round (68th overall) - C/G Connor McGovern
It keeps coming back to a center here, every time I do this mock draft. It's such a big area of need and there just aren't a lot of good center prospects, so waiting until Day 3 won't make a lot of sense. The 6-5, 308-pounder would provide immediate depth in the middle of the line and could eventually challenge Jonotthan Harrison for the starting job. There are probably better prospects the Jets could land here, but he might be the most likely one to still be around in Round 3.
Third round (93rd overall) - CB Jamel Dean, Auburn
A cornerback who is 6-1, 206 pounds and can run the 40 in 4.3 seconds should go a lot higher than this, but multiple knee surgeries will keep his stock down. There doesn't seem to be a lot of concern around the league about his current health, though, so he's worth a shot here. He's an extremely physical player who has a large upside with only one year as a starter.
Fourth round (105th overall) - TE Dawson Knox, Mississippi
There are some terrific tight ends throughout this draft who could complement Chris Herndon on the Jets. The 6-4, 254-pound Knox is a tough, aggressive blocker who has some under-utilized receiving skills. He'd have a chance to develop those as the second tight end behind Herndon, but could be an upgrade as a run-blocker.
Sixth round (196th overall) - WR Jalen Hurd, Baylor
It's hard to pass on a 6-5, 226-pound receiver at this stage of the draft. But the fact that he's a former running back who can be a flex player in the NFL adds to his value. New Jets coach Adam Gase will see a player with a ton of potential who can be used in a variety of ways, including on special teams. He is recovering from knee surgery, though, so that will have to be watched.
Seventh round (217th overall) - DL Jonathan Ledbetter, Georgia
A solid, but unspectacular lineman who could play end or tackle. He's not quite fast enough for end, but he's a little small (6-4, 280) for a tackle. He's strong and smart and a hard worker, though, and that makes up for a lot of his shortcomings at both positions. There's definitely something to work with here.