Rounding out the early three round 2021 mock for the New York Jets is wide receiver Tamorrion Terry. Yes, it’s possible the Jets feel good enough about their wide receiver room right now, but things could change when the 2021 NFL Draft rolls around, especially if Perriman doesn’t stick around long term.
There’s a chance the receiver class in 2021 is better than the one in 2020, especially at the top. Even as round three rolls around, there are some impact players available. Terry gets the nod here because of the potential he brings to the table.
At 6’4″ and 203 pounds, Terry fits the mold of an “X” receiver, and even though Mims likely takes that spot in the upcoming season, having two big-bodied receivers to catch passes from Sam Darnold isn’t a bad idea.
Terry has a large catch radius and excels catching the football through contact. He also high points the ball extremely well. Terry is a very solid route runner for a player his size and shows big play ability after the catch with his short-area burst and long speed. He needs to work on some concentration drops, but Terry has a lot of potential in this class.
Imagine having Terry with Mims in an offense where Darnold can trust both in 50/50 situations. The Jets should feel great about that if it were indeed the pairing heading into the 2021 season.