Grading the 2010 draft: Jets

The AFC East blog continues its series this week on grading the 2010 draft.

Next we take a look at the New York Jets

2010 picks: CB Kyle Wilson (first round), G Vladimir Ducasse (second), RB Joe McKnight (fourth), FB John Conner (fifth)

Analysis: The Jets and former general manager Mike Tannenbaum only had four picks in this draft. Wilson is a decent first-round selection. He showed he can be a starter for the first time last season. But the Jets still brought in competition with 2012 first-round pick Dee Milliner, who potentially could take Wilson’s job at some point in 2013. Ducasse is a huge bust. The Jets knew they were getting a raw prospect in the second round but could not get anything out of Ducasse. It's time for the Jets to give up on this project. McKnight has been inconsistent as a running back and kick returner. Conner was a hit in New York for a little more than two years with his “Terminator” nickname. But he was eventually released last season.

Walker's grade: D