If the Jets keep the No. 11 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, the expectation is that they'll select an offensive lineman or wide receiver at that spot.
So prepare for Gang Green to land one of the "big four" linemen (if one or more remain) or a receiver such as Jerry Jeudy or CeeDee Lamb.
After that selection, the Jets have nine picks in the second-through-seventh rounds, where they can continue to target areas of need (wide receiver, the offensive line, pass-rushing help).
Let's take a look at some potential later-round steals...
WR Sage Surratt, Wake Forest
The Jets are going to need a wide receiver to help make up for the loss of Robby Anderson. And if they don't nab one with the No. 11 pick, they could strike in the second round and still get a potentially dynamic player.
Surratt "has physicality to match an aggressive, pressing style of route running that will make him a dynamic option on the outside of the formation," according to Matt Miller of Bleacher Report.
That should be music to the ears of the coaching staff and quarterback Sam Darnold.
OL Alex Taylor, South Carolina State
Even if the Jets go for offensive line help at No. 11, they'll need to bolster the line even further. That's where a player like Taylor could come in.
Currently projected as a backup who could become a starter, draft analyst Lance Zierlein writes that an "exceptional combination of length and athleticism will have NFL evaluators salivating over Taylor's potential." However, Zierlein notes that there remains concern over Taylor's commitment to the game.
EDGE Jonathan Garvin, Miami
It's not expected that Joe Douglas will sign Jadeveon Clowney or swing a trade for Yannick Ngakoue, so he'll likely need to find pass-rushing help in the draft.
Garvin could last until late in the draft and almost certainly wouldn't be able to help right away. But he's a prospect to dream on, according to Zierlein, who says "there might be gold to mine if a coach can get it out of him."
EDGE Jabari Zuniga, Florida
Like Garvin, Zuniga isn't a finished product.
Unlike Garvin, Zuniga is racing up some draft boards. So the Jets might need to pop him with their first pick in the second-round (48th overall) if they want him.
WR Quartney Davis, Texas A&M
A slot receiver, Davis could be around in the fourth round or later.
He recently showcased himself to teams during his own combine, and could be a potential lottery ticket in the later rounds.