The time has finally come for the 2013 NFL Draft to get underway. One of the biggest events Jets fans are looking forward to, due to the lackluster attempt of a season this past year.
In order for the 2013 offense (and future ones) to succeed this coming season, the Jets needs to draft a play-maker. I see a potential play-maker in wide receiver out of West Virginia University, Tavon Austin. Austin ranked up 2,764 yards in total for the Mountaineers, and made a huge impact with 17 touchdowns. Austin is versatile, and that is an excellent trait to have as a young rookie. He can punt return, kick return, and even rush the ball, if needed.
I say draft him.
Here's why: Marty Morhingweg's offense.
The west coast offense will need speed, and that's exactly what Austin brings to the table. Some fans question his ability to fit into a scheme with Kerley in the mix, but two, fast slot-type receivers are exactly what a west coast offense would beg for.