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The Jets own the third pick in this year's draft, their highest since 1996. How have they drafted in the first round over the past five years?
2017: Safety Jamal Adams, No. 6
It's too early to tell how Adams' career will pan out, but the signs so far have been promising. He started every game in his rookie year as the Jets' secondary definitely played better than it had in 2016. On the field, Adams had his ups and downs, but he showed flashes of brilliance in a versatile role. Off the field, he's played a big part in the ongoing culture change that has galvanized the team and has also been a useful tool in player recruitment.