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 2015 NFL mock draft- Kevin White to New York Jets at No. 8

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Posted: 09/09/2015, 9:57 AM

Butchko and Wyatt: The best way to infuse life into the Jets’ passing game would be to upgrade at quarterback. The top two guys are off the board here, so we will upgrade the receiving corps to make life easier on either Geno Smith or Ryan Fitzpatrick.

Just two years ago, the three receivers who got the most snaps for the Jets were Stephen Hill, Jeremy Kerley and David Nelson. Now the Jets will trot out Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker and White in three receiver sets. Add in tight end Jace Amaro, and the Jets will have four quality options 6’3" or taller on any given play.

Amari Cooper is the more polished prospect, but White has as high of a ceiling as any receiver in this class.

Dan Kadar, Although Decker was a disappointment in his first season in New York, he’s still a big contract. Marshall’s stats may have dipped last season, but he’s still a solid lead receiver. Neither may be the long-term solution, but would adding a third wide receiver make the Jets better? If the belief is yes, they may as well take White over Cooper and hope he becomes a special player. He has more potential to do that than Cooper. A more impactful player would be a pass rusher who can win with speed opposite Quinton Coples.

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