Draft Profile: DE/OLB Jeremiah Attaochu April 17th, 2014 11:45 am FoxSports.com profiles Georgia Tech edge rusher Jeremiah Attaochu. Like this:Like Loading... 188 comments   Get Livefyre FAQ Sign in + Follow Post comment Link Newest | Oldest Monty 5pts god bless you dabronx 5pts I like Attaochu, but he doesn't look elite on film. Not crazy about him. Who I wouldn't mind in the second round is Kyle Van Noy. Dude is a beast on tape and had good measurables. Would of been a top 20 pick last year if he opted for the NFL. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2tL4xUZP_8 Hazard2012 5pts Can't help but fantasize about Attaochu coming to the Jets. I really like this guy, his moves, motor, great attitude, everything. Imagine him learning under Rex, being mentored by Pace, and bookended with Coples...or...on certain downs...on the same side! This is how you compensate for any questions/uncertainties you may have about the evolving secondary. Add Attaochu to the mix and you really do let the monsters out of their boxes. Trouble is you may need to get him early, probably second round. Too much buzz about this guy...he's not making it to our third pick. Wilkershakes 5pts What are some recommended site for pre-draft scouting reports? Marvel 5pts our first round pick will be decided after the Cooks /obj visits, I'm sure of it.Honestly if it's even on talent, I think Cooks wins post visits. Just a gut feeling. Hazard2012 5pts @dabronx I think Attaochu's in same class as Van Noy, and possibly a better fit for Rex. He's like Ansah in the sense he's relatively new to the game...so what you see is just the tip of the iceberg. I'd be delighted with either of those guys, frankly. If we can't snag them then I think Demarcus Lawrence, DE out of Boise St. can be had in the third round, and would also be a potential force of nature at OLB down the line. a57se 5pts @dabronx Having Ansah on the other side made Van Noys' life much easier last year....... a57se 5pts @Hazard2012 That is the problem, a lot of guys to like in the first three rounds but we only have 3 picks in those rounds as well. Bent moderator 5pts @Wilkershakes TJB. WW85 5pts @Marvel Honestly, I think Idzik will go Cb @ 18, unless they get blown away by the visit or if all the CBs are gone. Just looking at Seattle drafts. Doesnt seem that WR is high there. Hope I'm wrong Pat d 5pts I like Cooks but Lee is the better WR dabronx 5pts @Hazard2012 @dabronx I would be ecstatic if we picked up Van Noy but I think your right - I don't think he is the best scheme fit. dabronx 5pts @a57se @dabronx Agree.. but it also meant that teams didn't run to his side as often and double/triple teamed him. Hazard2012 5pts @a57se @Hazard2012 Which is the main reason I'm a fan of moving down, maybe more than once, to the four or five teams right behind us, if they're willing to part with a 2nd or 3rd round pick. The way I see it that's the only way we can grab that extra top player of two while still getting our top targets. a57se 5pts @Bent @Wilkershakes We tend to get only reports on guys we think the Jets might like and those reports tend to be compilations of others work. Pat d 5pts If Dennard or Gilbert is there at 18 a CB would be okay. More likely the Jets go safety if Pryor is there at 18. WW85 5pts @Pat d What's up with Lee's 40 time: 4.52 & his refusal to run it again on his pro day? Is his knee not 100% yet? I wonder if they will clock him again on his visit days bobbyj 5pts Why do people want a receiver in the 1st rd when so many people say it's a deep WR draft, combined w/the fact that we have so many needs? I've only glanced at a few, but they are showing a ton of Olineman in the first rd. if a real good one slips, wouldn't we be better served there gbrownn 5pts I like Cooks and Lee(in the 2nd round) but ODB is the better WR Hazard2012 5pts @a57se @Hazard2012 Just using those two examples. It could be anyone between Miami and say Carolina at 28. I'm sure they'll be lots of trades in this draft...question is by whom for what. I'd just be receptive to any offers that came our way. a57se 5pts @Hazard2012 @a57se We pick 18, Miami picks 19 and Arizona 20...... your bidding war idea sounds like a scene from hollywood. Hazard2012 5pts @a57se @Hazard2012 They might if they thought we or another team in front of them might take the top player on their board! I think it depends on how the board shakes out, but I'm just saying I'd move down under the right circumstances to increase the number of picks I have in the first 2-3 rounds. a57se 5pts @Hazard2012 @a57se Mia., and Ariz. wouldn't offer a third round pick to move up.....way too costly.It would take a team from 25 on down for us to get a third straight up..... Hazard2012 5pts @a57se @Hazard2012 Very true...takes two to tango...but I think (and hope) that the right players will fall to entice Mia, Ariz, GB, KC, Cinn and SD to part with one of those precious picks so they can land the top player on their board. Not impossible, and in fact may be more than possible, even likely, that at least one of these teams would be willing to make a move. Two things, though. We have to get 2nd or at least 3rd rounders to move, and we also have to be almost guaranteed a player we covet will still be on the board after the trade down. a57se 5pts @Hazard2012 @a57se The problem with that is WHY would someone want to give up those premium picks?It would have to a very compelling situation for that to happen. Pat d 5pts Benjamin is not a good fit for the Jets. Bent moderator 5pts @gbrownn I meant nitpicking flaws in his game. I just wonder if teams know more than the so-called experts about how to assess a guy's potential. a57se 5pts @gbrownn I wouldn't be surprised if Pittsbirgh takes him early....... bklyndude 5pts @gbrownn I agree he is an interesting prospect and may turn out to be a good player in the NFL, but why take a chance on this type of guy who supposedly blew off a workout and needs to get into better shape. gbrownn 5pts @Bent "Picking holes" as in against zone coverage? Or "picking holes" in Benjamins game? Are you saying there some smokescreens going around about his level of interest in league circles? I think somebody has it in their mind to trade back into the 1st if Benjamin is still there. Theres got to be one team willing to take this freak in the first a57se 5pts @bklyndude One would think even a spec of self-awareness would make that obvious...... gbrownn 5pts Alshon Jeffrey was told that. But i dont see the point your trying to make. It actaully does happen often. Teams say "We like you as a prospect but we think if you lost or gained x amount of pounds we like you at this position" bklyndude 5pts @gbrownn When you are about to get drafted into the NFL, you shouldn't have to be told you need to lose weight and get into better shape. Bent moderator 5pts @gbrownn I heard teams saying good things about him and "experts" picking holes. Hmmm... gbrownn 5pts I want him. I think he's a lot more polished then people give him credit for. He's never going to get separation like a Brandin Cooks or ODB, but he doesn't need to, his size alone pretty much means he "always open". Such a mismatch. The Stephen Hill miss has scared alot of us on taking Big "project" Wrs. Even though I don't think Benjamin is half the project Hill is. a57se 5pts @Bent @a57se Only in the first round based on the comments...Second round is OK..... Bent moderator 5pts @a57se @Bent Except Kelvin Benjamin! Nobody wants him. I feel a little sorry for him. a57se 5pts @Bent @a57seHaha......cherry pick the good stuff and everyone sounds like a future Pro Bowler! Bent moderator 5pts @a57se @Bent @Wilkershakes Exactly! I tend to find TJB gives me reports on all the guys we think the Jets like and that they give a good representation of everyone's views on the subject. That's what I want!I may be somewhat biased. Pat d 5pts Like I have said before the knee is the concern not the 40 time. psi1 5pts I like Moncrief in R2 if they go defense or TE in R1. Pat d 5pts Hazard There is no way Robinson is better than Lee. Robinson has average speed and isn't a very good route runner. Lee has explosive speed and is the best route runner in this draft.On top of that Lee is a better fit. Hazard2012 5pts @a57se @Hazard2012 I think it's more a case of him getting more physical and using his size more effectively, and less a case of suspect hands. But I'd take a chance on this guy in a second. a57se 5pts @Hazard2012 @a57seI've liked Moncrief for a long time.....when we had two 3rd round picks (thought we did) I always picked Moncrief in the third....now, I think we'd have to take him in the second to have a chance.His hands are suspect as well. Hazard2012 5pts @a57se @Hazard2012 @bobbyj Robinson might be a tweener. I actually like him more than Lee, but then I'm not exactly a Lee proponent, period. Moncrief is the guy I think will be the absolute steal in the entire WR class...fluid, good routes, strong, great hands, 6'3" and runs a 4.40 with something like a 40" vert. a57se 5pts @Hazard2012 @bobbyj you can probably add Robinson to that group......there could easily be 8 to 10 WR's selected before our 2nd round pick. That would leave us with very slim pickings at 49 for a WR and it would probably require us reaching for a guy at that point. Hazard2012 5pts @bobbyj It might be more a case of wanting a particular WR, from the top tier of them, rather than 'settle' for second or third tier talent. In all likelihood, Watkins, Evans, Cooks, Beckham and Lee all go off the board by end of the first round, and although there's still talent in the tier right behind them, it may not be as dynamic or proven as the top five guys. That's what's driving the 'get a WR first' sentiment. But one can say similar things about almost all positions. So if you really want one of these guys you're probably going to have to do it by round three...and possibly two. That's true for OL, too. psi1 5pts Since none of us knows for sure, I'm saying the Jets will likely pick one of Cooks, OBJ or Denard in R1. psi1 5pts Keep Lee; I'm asking for Cooks then OBJ. Pat d 5pts I like all 3 WRs at 18. But Lee is the best fit for the Jets.