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free agents on the market. Most of the players who sign at this point will simply be competing for depth spots in training camp. The Jets had..."We are well past the point where there are many impact free agents on the market. Most of the players who sign at this point will simply be competing for depth spots in training camp. The Jets had one such player Wayne Chrebet Jerseys Stitched , offensive lineman Andre Smith, in for a visit on Monday.Smith was a former Bengals first round pick. Believe it or not, he was actually the next pick after the Jets selected Mark Sanchez in the 2009 NFL Draft.His career has been up and down and seems to be near the finish line. Smith is 32 and hasn’t started more than eight games since 2015. Most recently in 2018 Infant Jachai Polite Jersey , he was part of Arizona’s poor offensive line and cut in season. The Bengals picked him up.That is the connection to the Jets. New offensive line coach Frank Pollack was with the Bengals in 2018 and briefly coached Smith.Smith likely would be a better option than Brent Qvale, but I’m not sure whether he can actually help a team at this point. Size, speed Jachai Polite Jersey Draft , power and length is a great combination"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Jets StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Jets NewsYahoo Jets Team PageYahoo Jets ReportYahoo Jets Depth ChartYahoo Jets TransactionsYahoo Jets PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub 鉁?019 NFL Draft Prospect Montez SweatEdge Rusher Mississippi State New,24commentsSize, speed Jachai Polite NFL Jersey , power and length is a great combination ESTShareTweetShareShare2019 NFL Draft Prospect Montez SweatEdge Rusher Mississippi State Melina Vastola-USA TODAY SportsMontez SweatMississippi State6’ 6”252 lbs#9The first thing you notice about Sweat is his long angular frame and lean muscular body.He has spent more time in the weight room over the summer and it shows. He still has a body that can add another 20 lbs of muscle so his strength coach in the NFL should help him become an even more ferocious defensive player. Watching him last year I thought he was too light to hold the edge in the NFL. Since his transformation I think he could handle any role as an edge player. Sweat is coming off a great Senior Bowl week where he dominated the competition with his speed and power. He measured in at 6’ 6” and weighed 252 lbs which is about 10 -12 lbs more than he weighed as a junior. The extra weight did not hurt his speed and only increased his power. His arms were measured at 36” which is insane length for an edge player. The length helps keep tackles from controlling his torso and also gives him more leverage when he tries to swim or rip by the offensive lineman.Sweat is a little older than most prospects. He played in 1 game for Michigan State in 2014 before he was suspended for the season by Mark Dantonio for unspecified violations of team rules. He was still at Michigan State in 2015 when Dantonio defined Sweat’s status as “in limbo” which prompted Sweat to leave the team. Since it was too late to enroll at a Division 1 school he transferred to Copiah -Lincoln CC in Mississippi where he of course starred.He moved on to Mississippi State for his junior year and lead the SEC with 10.5 sacks and 16 TFL. He played a DE position in college, but he can play in a 4-3 as a DE or as a OLB in a 3-4 defense. At either position he can show his best talents. He is very agile for a tall man with excellent body control and deceptive power. He could have left for the NFL in the 2018 Draft but wanted to show he wasn’t a one year wonder and that his personal problems were a thing of the past. Sweat was playing with a standout DT in Jeffery Simmons who will garner a lot of press, and I was hoping that Sweat might just fly under the radar. That is out the window. The only place Sweat is flying now is into the middle of the 1st round and a possibility for the Jets if they decide to trade back.In this play Sweat is going against a possible top 20 2019 NFL draft pick in OT Greg Little of Mississippi. He shows good speed off the snap Jachai Polite NFL Draft , which Little counters by getting to his slide step quickly and cutting off Sweat. has a lot of holes to fill. Defensive players dominate the top of this Draft so maybe teams reaching for offensive help may drop Sweat down a little. We are still a few months away from the Draft so a lot can happen in that time. Stay tunedSo what do you think?

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