Jets linebacker David Harris was surprised when the Jets selected safeties in the first two rounds of last month's NFL Draft.
"It's very odd to have two safeties get drafted in the first and second rounds," Harris said to Connor Hughes of NJ.com. "All you can do is trust [the front office's] decision and try to move on."
New York selected LSU's Jamal Adams at No. 6, and 33 picks later, took Florida's Marcus Maye. It marked the first time in franchise history the Jets selected two safeties, and also defensive backs, with its first two picks.
While he expected the team to draft one safety, Harris said management "surprised everybody" by doubling down and selecting two.