NFL Mock Draft: Who will New York Jets select?

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Dec 6, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes wide receiver Devin Smith (9) celebrates catching a pass in the end zone for a touchdown against the Wisconsin Badgers during the Big Ten football championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

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Offensive lineman are never a sexy pick, but for the Panthers it is one they must make. The Panthers are drafting a lot higher in the draft that their record indicates, but they can address a need by selecting D.J. Humphries.

The Panthers could also use a wide receiver to help out Cam Newton, but after Newton took a beating last season, building an offensive line has become important. Humphries looks to project as a solid player in the NFL after a good career at Florida.

Humphries does a good job in the run game engaging with the first block and then moving on to the next level. Carolina will likely always be a run-heavy team as long as Newton is the quarterback. Humphries would be a good fit in Carolina to help protect their franchise quarterback.

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The Baltimore Ravens lost their big-play threat Torrey Smith in free agency this offseason, and the draft offers the opportunity to replace him. One of the best big play threats available in the NFL Draft is Ohio St. wide receiver Devin Smith.

In 2014, Smith totaled 33 receptions, 931 receiving yards, and 12 receiving touchdowns. The most impressive thing about Smith was his yards per catch average. In 2014, Smith averaged 28.2 yards per reception.

It’s no secret that the Baltimore Ravens and Joe Flacco like to throw the ball down the field. Arguably the best wide receiver to fit that style is Smith. This seems like a perfect fit for both player and team.

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