This list will be updated as the names come in. I'm mostly finding the players here if you want to keep track yourself. Here, I'll post a link to their scouting reports and a brief blurb.
Last updated: 4/26/10, 11:00 AM
CB Donovan Warren, Michigan - CB/FS tweener was college star but may lack speed for NFL.
OG Charlie Tanner, Texas - Mobile lineman whose best fit comes in zone scheme (like Jets run).
DE/OLB Kevin Basped, Nevada - Gifted pass rusher who seems to be a great fit for a 3-4.
TE Jeff Cumberland, Illinois - TE with great triangle numbers, little production.
OL Keith Buckman, North Dakota State - Productive small school lineman with 33 career starts.
WR Philip Kirkland, Bethune-Cookman - Athletic receiver coming off a knee injury.
DE Jason Lamb, Baylor - Good size (6'5, 285). Projects as a 3-4 DE at the next level.
CB Brian Jackson, Oklahoma - Big, physical cornerback who could find a role in special teams.
DT Mick Williams, Pittsburgh - Undersized (6'1, 280) but productive college defensive lineman.
LB Cory Reamer, Alabama (tryout) - Strictly a special teamer who could battle Lance Laury for a job.
S Marcus Ezeff, California (tryout) - Decent college player but probably training camp fodder
S Donye McCleskey, Indiana State (tryout) - Athletic small school safety.
WR Damon McDaniel, Hampton (tryout) - Hyped high school receiver, bounced around in college.
So far, I'm extremely happy with the first four. The first three are surprising draft snubs, and it wouldn't surprise me if any of them made the team. I thought the Jets would take a blocking tight end in the draft like Mickey Shuler Jr. or Nate Byham, but instead they opted for John Conner as their blocker. Cumberland isn't polished at all, but he has the raw physical tools to be someone to watch for. Think of him as this year's J'Nathan Bullock.