Updated Thursday, 10:48 p.m.: The Jets confirmed Thursday they have signed 13 undrafted free agents and have invited more 22 players to try out for the rookie minicamp that runs Friday through Sunday (comments by Bent of TheJetsBlog.com):
Robby Anderson, WR, Temple: Regarded as a possible mid-round pick after posting superb pro day numbers coming off a near-1,000 yard season.
Tarow Barney, DT, Penn State: Another athletic 300-pounder who did 31 bench press reps at his pro day.
Quenton Bundrage, WR, Iowa State: Regarded as a potential draft pick a year ago but had just 41 catches in ISU's run-first offense coming off a 2014 knee injury.
Kyle Friend, C/G, Temple: Starting center the last few years but also saw some time at guard and did 41 bench press reps at his pro day.
Tom Hackett, P, Utah: Two-time Ray Guy award winner who can compete with 7th round pick Lac Edwards.
Ross Martin, K, Duke: Pro Football Focus called Martin the most accurate kicker available in the draft and both could provide competition for Nick Folk.
Jalin Marshall, WR/KR, Ohio State: Electric receiver and punt returner who slid after his workout numbers weren't as good as expected.
Helva Matungulu, DL, Western Carolina: Matungulu grew up in Kenya and was another small-school prospect whose stock was said to be rising prior to the draft.
Doug Middleton, S, Appalachian State: Heavy hitter who has played both safety positions and also some cornerback.
Julien Obioha, DE, Texas A&M
Claude Pelon, DT, Southern Cal: 310-pound tackle who came on strong at the end of last year and did 33 bench press reps at his pro day.
Lawrence Thomas, DL, Michigan State: could play inside and out and shows promise against the run.
Jason VanderLaan, QB/TE, Ferris State: Athletic small school QB who the Jets are apparently going to convert to tight end.
Terron Beckham, RB: Cousin of Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. did not play in college, but has become an internet phenom with his workouts. At a pro day workout he ran a 4.47 40-yard dash, did a 44-inch vertical jump, an 11-foot broad jump and 36 reps on the bench.
Romar Morris, RB, North Carolina: Didn't play much last year, but ran a 4.36 40-yard dash at his pro day.
Dahon Taylor, OL, Virgina Union: Taylor is an athletic small-school prospect with good size from nearby Florence, NJ.
Other tryout invitees:
LS Winston Chapman, Mississippi State
LB Trent Corney, Virginia
RB Roderick Davenport, St. Augustine
OT Mathu Gibson, Wingate
LB Ben Goodman, Kansas
K Ryan Hawkins, Northern Arizona
WR Montario Hunter, Elizabeth City
CB Bryson Keeton, Montana State
LB Hunter Kissinger, Louisiana Monroe
OL Damian Love, Alabama State
LB Taylor McDonnell, Newberry
QB Liam Nadler, Gannon
LB Jake Payne, Shenandoah
TE John Quazza, Colgate
K Daniel Sobolewski, Albright
S Peni Vea, UNLV
S Alex Wells, Temple
OL Hayden Wilks, Newberry
DT Darren Wilson, Elizabeth City