Georgia Superstar Tight End Brock Bowers

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The New York Jets are hoping to land some strong talent in the 2024 NFL Draft (Georgia Superstar Tight End Brock Bowers) as they get set to endure year two with Aaron Rodgers after year one ended fairly quickly in the first game last year.

The New York Jets have put four tight ends in place for their Aaron Rodgers-led offense so far and they include Tyler Conklin, Jeremy Ruckert, and Zack Kuntz all being under contract. The team also decided to bring Kenny Yeboah back to the roster.

It appears the team might not be done adding to the position.

ESPN NFL Draft guru Mel Kiper released his Mock Draft 3.0 this week. Kiper had Georgia tight end Brock Bowers going to the New York Jets at No. 10 overall.

The New York Jets are said to be the strong favorites to take him.

The tight end position projects to heavily factor into the passing offense under Rodgers. Despite him being sidelined for the year in 2023, New York Jets tight end Tyler Conklin, who is the number one tight end on the team, finished as the Jets’ second-leading receiver with 621 yards.

Imagine what he and Bowers could possibly do with a healthy Rodgers.

Former Georgia Tight End Brock Bowers Had Historic Three Years Playing For Bulldogs That Could Translate For The New York Jets

In 35 games with the Bulldogs, Bowers recorded the most receptions (175), receiving yards (2,538), and receiving touchdowns (26) by a tight end in SEC history, according to ESPN.com.

Bowers became the first two-time John Mackey Award winner.

The way he was used in college would go perfectly for the New York Jets offense in 2024 as the team is not only looking to be much better on offense but get to the postseason and make a deep run in the process.