"If I went there, they have so many weapons now, with Chris Johnson, Eric Decker and Geno [Smith] or [Michael] Vick at the the helm, and if they add me, it'd be great," he said.
The Jets would likely need to trade up from their No. 18 pick to somewhere in the top 10 -- or even top five -- picks if they want a shot at Evans.
Evans is considered the No. 2 wideout in the draft behind Clemson’s Sammy Watkins.