New York Jets Depth Chart

  • HC: Adam Gase
  • OC: Dowell Loggains
  • DC: Gregg Williams
  • ST: Brant Boyer
Updated: 11/25/2020 6:18PM ET
Pos No. Player 1 No Player 2 No Player 3 No Player 4 No Player 5
Offense
OFF          
LWR19Perriman, Breshad U/TB17Smith, Vyncint CF18
RWR11Mims, Denzel 20/216Smith, Jeff CF19
SWR82Crowder, Jamison U/Was10Berrios, Braxton W/NE
LT77Becton, Mekhi 20/175Edoga, Chuma 19/3
LG71Lewis, Alex T/Bal72Clark, Cameron 20/4
C60McGovern, Connor U/Den68Andrews, Josh U/Ind
RG62VAN ROTEN, GREG U/Car00Elflein, Pat W/Min69McDermott, Conor W/Buf
RT76Fant, George U/Sea75Edoga, Chuma 19/3
TE89Herndon, Christopher 18/484GRIFFIN, RYAN SF1987Brown, Daniel U/Chi43Travis, Ross W/Ind
QB5FLACCO, JOE CC/Den4Morgan, James 20/414Darnold, Sam 18/1
RB21GORE, FRANK U/Buf25Johnson, Ty W/Det36Adams, Josh SF19
Defense
DEF          
RDE95Williams, Quinnen 19/197Shepherd, Nathan 18/347Huff, Bryce CF20
DT91Franklin-Myers, John W/LAR94Fatukasi, Folorunso 18/6
LDE96Anderson, Henry T/Ind91Franklin-Myers, John W/LAR
OLB93Basham, Tarell W/Ind92Zuniga, Jabari 20/3
ILB46Hewitt, Neville U/Mia44Langi, Harvey SF18
ILB53Cashman, Blake 19/558Hager, Bryce SF2050Luvu, Frankie CF18
OLB48Jenkins, Jordan 16/351Onwuasor, Patrick U/Bal
LCB38Jackson, Lamar CF2039Jackson, Bennett W/Bal
SS32Davis, Ashtyn 20/3
FS20Maye, Marcus 17/241Farley, Matthias SF19
RCB37Hall, Bryce 20/540Guidry, Javelin CF2023Maulet, Arthur SF19
DB00Ballentine, Corey W/NYG
Special Teams
ST          
PT7Mann, Braden 20/6
PK6CASTILLO, SERGIO SF20
LS42Hennessy, Thomas T/Ind
H7Mann, Braden 20/6
PR10Berrios, Braxton W/NE82Crowder, Jamison U/Was
KR32Davis, Ashtyn 20/325Johnson, Ty W/Det
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Practice Squad
PS          
PS86Cager, Lawrence WR78Hance, Blake OT83Malone, Josh WR56Dawkins, Noah OB1Scott, Jaleel WR
PS29Campbell, Elijah S45Kaufusi, Bronson DE65Kaufusi, Corbin DE33Lewis, Zane CB61Murray, James OC
PS45Davis, Connor TE26Hampton, Saquan FS54Finch, Sharif DE79Smart, Tanzel DT8White, Mike QB
PS
Reserves
RES          
OpOut63Koloamatangi, Leo VolOp57Mosley, CJ VolOp18Doctson, Josh VolOp
RES35Brown, Kyron PUP31Austin, Blessuan IR81Montgomery, DJ PS/INJ98Phillips, Kyle IR34Poole, Brian IR
RES15HOGAN, CHRIS IR30MCDOUGALD, BRAD IR85Wesco, Trevon IR9Ficken, Sam IR22Perine, Lamical IR

Analysis

What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about DENZEL MIMS before he made the New York Jets' Depth Chart: Baylor, 6027 207 4.37. Three-year starter, Daingerfield, TX. Earned All Big 12 honors in both 2017 and 2019. The former high school basketball and track star had a bit of a back and forth career at Baylor because of the quality around him. His senior year cemented him as one of the top receivers in the class. Has a classic wide receiver build with wiry strong length and a defender’s mentality. He is incredibly physical and tough but also shows a blend of finesse and pure speed that can make him a threat within all areas of the route tree. There are some elements to his game that need to be fixed, most notably his release and route running, but the tools are there. His issues are fixable and if he fine tunes the skill set, he can be a number one receiver in the league. Has the speed over the top and also the balance to stutter step his way to separation underneath. Gets to a lot of balls away from his frame. Uses that wide catch radius combined with late, strong hands to come down with a lot of balls that other receivers can’t grab. More than willing to send himself into a crowd like a missile en route to the ball. Can block like a tight end in space, completely dominant against defensive backs. A high effort player no matter what his role is. Takes too much time to get off the line against press coverage. A lot of wasted steps, needs more urgency as a route runner. Gets rocked by contact too easily. Too many concentration drops. Eyes don’t seem steady and smooth when chasing the deep ball. 2019 stats: 66-1020, 15.5 ypr, 12 TD. OSR:2/ 51. First/second round. (A-33 7/8, H-9 3/8, VJ-38 1/2, SS-4.43).Louisville, 6073 364 5.12. Junior entry, three-year starter, Highland Springs, VA. First-team All ACC in 2019 as the team’s starting left tackle. Has played on both sides of the line and could project to either in the NFL. His game depends on the elite length and upper body explosion that can take over a one-on-one battle right away. A rare physical force who gets movement at both the point of attack and in space the second he comes in contact with the defender. His issues are partially technique-based which can be corrected but there are also movement issues. It can be hard for a player of his height to adjust with balance and precision and even his length can’t hide those issues in pass protection. His sometimes-inaccurate hands aren’t backed up by other physical attributes and techniques which gives him a rather large buyer-beware label. Boom or bust prospect who turns 21 just  days prior to the draft. A mountain among hills. Stands tall, wide, and thick. Will likely be the biggest player on the field at all times. Explosive hands that will send defenders flying. Has created a highlight reel minutes long that consists of him putting defenders on the ground. A physical force that creates rare push upon contact. Effective both in line and in space as a run blocker. Will move downfield and look for work. Swallows a lot of space with just a few strides. Pushes himself up the edge well in pass protection. Can outreach anyone and it is over for the defender if he gets his hands inside first. Feet are light enough to protect the edge and his size can make up for some mistakes. Gets sloppy out of his stance. Has the occasional hitch that stems from a poor three-point stance. Struggles to get and keep his chest up, which puts him at a slight initial disadvantage. Success rate as a cut blocker is very low. Needs more attention and consistency when it comes to knee bend and leverage at his size. Body language, control, and conditioning are all issues. OSR:3/41. First round. (A-35 5/8, H-10 3/4, BP-23, 10-1.78).Louisville, 6073 364 5.12. Junior entry, three-year starter, Highland Springs, VA. First-team All ACC in 2019 as the team’s starting left tackle. Has played on both sides of the line and could project to either in the NFL. His game depends on the elite length and upper body explosion that can take over a one-on-one battle right away. A rare physical force who gets movement at both the point of attack and in space the second he comes in contact with the defender. His issues are partially technique-based which can be corrected but there are also movement issues. It can be hard for a player of his height to adjust with balance and precision and even his length can’t hide those issues in pass protection. His sometimes-inaccurate hands aren’t backed up by other physical attributes and techniques which gives him a rather large buyer-beware label. Boom or bust prospect who turns 21 just  days prior to the draft. A mountain among hills. Stands tall, wide, and thick. Will likely be the biggest player on the field at all times. Explosive hands that will send defenders flying. Has created a highlight reel minutes long that consists of him putting defenders on the ground. A physical force that creates rare push upon contact. Effective both in line and in space as a run blocker. Will move downfield and look for work. Swallows a lot of space with just a few strides. Pushes himself up the edge well in pass protection. Can outreach anyone and it is over for the defender if he gets his hands inside first. Feet are light enough to protect the edge and his size can make up for some mistakes. Gets sloppy out of his stance. Has the occasional hitch that stems from a poor three-point stance. Struggles to get and keep his chest up, which puts him at a slight initial disadvantage. Success rate as a cut blocker is very low. Needs more attention and consistency when it comes to knee bend and leverage at his size. Body language, control, and conditioning are all issues. OSR:3/41. First round. (A-35 5/8, H-10 3/4, BP-23, 10-1.78).