2. Bryce Hall, CB (5th round)
The cornerback position was certainly an area of need for the Jets heading into the 2020 NFL Draft, and they came away with one of the top steals in the 2020 class at that position or really any position.
Bryce Hall, when healthy, is at the very worst a day two cornerback prospect. The Jets stole him in the fifth round.
In the 2018 season, Hall had a whopping 21 pass breakups along with a pair of interceptions, proving he can stick with any receiver and make plays on the ball.
Over the course of his career at Virginia, Hall proved himself capable as a blitzer as well.
He racked up 154 total tackles in his time with the Cavs, 9.5 tackles for loss, 4.0 sacks, and five interceptions. He also forced three fumbles.
An ankle injury kept him from all but seven games in the 2019 season, but this guy has ideal size and bulk for the cornerback position at 6-foot-1, over 200 pounds, and he makes a ton of plays on the football.
It won’t be long before he’s in the starting lineup for the Jets provided he can stay healthy.