Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Florida State's P.J. Williams Can Help the Jets' Secondary

Photo credit: Miami Herald
Rex Ryan may no longer be the head coach of the New York Jets, but Gang Green's new coach shares some of his predecessor's defensive principles. Todd Bowles surely wants to upgrade his team's cornerback situation, and the team's first-round pick falls too early in the draft to think about taking a corner in this year's class.

Even as a reunion with Antonio Cromartie becomes almost a foregone conclusion, the Jets could still use another physical cornerback who excels in press coverage. Enter Florida State's P.J. Williams.

Since declaring for the NFL Draft at the end of his junior season, Williams has been slotted anywhere from the late first round into the second round in mock drafts. The Jets may be in position to draft the 6-0, 196-pounder, who would give the Jets two corners above six feet tall if Cromartie indeed returns.

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