In three days, the Jets will be on the clock in the 2020 NFL Draft. And if they don't make a trade, the expectation is that they will take a wide receiver such as Jerry Jeudy or CeeDee Lamb or one of the "big four" offensive linemen -- Jedrick Wills, Tristan Wirfs, Mekhi Becton, and Andrew Thomas.
But what are the chances that whoever they pick at No. 11 will eventually wind up in the Pro Bowl?
When breaking it down by looking at the last 30 NFL drafts, there's a 50 percent chance that whoever they select will make at least one Pro Bowl appearance.
Here's the full breakdown of the last 30 No. 11 overall picks:
• Zero Pro Bowls: 15 players
• One Pro Bowl: Five players
• Two Pro Bowls: One player
• Three Pro Bowls: Four players
• Four Pro Bowls: One player
• Five Pro Bowls: One player
• Six Pro Bowls: One player
• Seven Pro Bowls: Two players
• Eight Pro Bowls: Zero players
• Nine Pro Bowls: One player
Other notes from the last 30 No. 11 overall picks:
• Most Pro Bowls: DeMarcus Ware ('05) with nine, Patrick Willis ('07) with seven, Dwight Freeney ('02) with seven
• Possible Hall-of-Famers: Ware, Freeney, Ben Roethlisberger ('04), J.J. Watt ('11), Willis
• Other notable players: Daunte Culpepper ('99), Jay Cutler ('06), Minkah Fitzpatrick ('18)