4 QBs the Jets Could Draft to Be Aaron Rodgers' Successor

The NFL Draft is two weeks away and the Jets could be looking to add a young signal-caller to the quarterback room. Who should they target?
Nov 18, 2023; Tallahassee, Florida, USA; Florida State Seminoles quarterback Jordan Travis (13)
Nov 18, 2023; Tallahassee, Florida, USA; Florida State Seminoles quarterback Jordan Travis (13) / Morgan Tencza-USA TODAY Sports
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2. Michael Pratt, Tulane

Michael Pratt played four seasons at Tulane and was consistently productive throughout his four-year tenure there. Pratt is a very accurate passer who plays outstanding when in rhythm.

His football IQ is top notch and he knows where to go with the football. Pratt does an exceptional job keeping his eyes downfield. Pratt's teammates rave about his leadership and high character.

The Florida native threw for 9,611 passing yards for 90 passing touchdowns and 26 interceptions. In those four seasons, he also threw for a touchdown pass in 44 of his 45 games.

Pratt uses his quick and clean throwing motion to get the ball out of his hands. He also has the arm talent to lay that ball on all three levels on the field.

He also visited the Jets during the week as they've shown interest in him.

3. Joe Milton III, Tennessee

Joe Milton III was a one-year starter at Tennessee but he has all the tools needed to excel at the next level. Milton III stands at 6'5 and weighs 235 pounds so he's physically imposing in the pocket.

The Florida native has a powerful throwing arm that he lets rip to all three levels on the field. He does a good job of allowing his receivers the chance to produce YAC.

In 2023, Milton III tossed 2,813 passing yards with 20 passing touchdowns and just five interceptions.

He does need more reps after notching 21 starts in 43 career college games. Milton III did hold onto the ball too long and had a knack for locking onto one read.

Regardless, he has the size and tools to succeed in the NFL and would be worth adding to the quarterback room to learn from a future Hall-of-Famer.