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Yankees OF Aaron Judge hit a 420-foot rocket off Kevin Gausman on Friday for his 12th cater home run.

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets second-round pick Marcus Maye said he's looking forward to forming a new safety tandem with Jamal Adams. "I feel like we'll do great," he told reporters. "He's a competitor, he's a great ballplayer. He has a lot of talent and, being out there with a guy like that, he's just going to make you be great as well." Maye said his broken left arm, which sidelined him for the final four games, was cleared by doctors at the combine re-check.

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Other members of the Crimson Tide got more hype, but Dalvin Tomlinson was plenty productive in his own right. He tallied three sacks, 5.5 tackles for loss and four batted passes as a senior in 2016.

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Giants plug hole with DT Dalvin Tomlinson
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With the loss of Johnathan Hankins in free agency, the Giants added Alabama's Tomlinson, who had 62 tackles and three sacks as a senior.

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Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants select Alabama DT Dalvin Tomlinson in the second round (55th overall). He's the Johnathan Hankins replacement. Going to be hard to run against him and Damon Harrison.

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Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

DTs (Tomlinson, Wormley), QBs (Kizer, Webb) and LB Zach Cunningham still on board with Giants pick closing in.

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Travis d'Arnaud's 449-foot homer off Max Scherzer on Friday was the longest home run hit by a Mets player at Nationals Park.

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Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Travis D'Arnaud has the Cy Young cheat code. The Mets catcher just blasted his second bomb of the night off Nats ace Max Scherzer. D'Arnaud 5, Washington 3, top 4th.

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Before suffering his season-ending injury in Week 11 against South Carolina, Marcus Maye was averaging 48 snaps over the first nine games of the season.

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Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

With Dalvin Cook and Forrest Lamp gone attention now shifts to DTs (mentioned Dalvin Tomlinson earlier) and possibly LB Zach Cunningham.

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Marcus Maye is a complete safety

The Jets used their second-round pick much like their first-round pick, on a safety, and Mel Kiper Jr. says the Florida product has proven to be a steady and reliable performer in all areas on defense.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

With the 39th pick, the Jets have selected Florida S Marcus Maye – a bit of a surprise. Well, they say there's safety in numbers; the Jets believe in a number of safeties. In Round 1, they picked Jamal Adams. This means the Jets will likely trade or release Calvin Pryor, a first-round pick in 2014. This team's like overkill. Why not help the offense?

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Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets are rebuilding the safety position in this draft. Jamal Adams on Day 1 and now Marcus Maye on Day 2. Create an identity in the secondary with physical, versatile players.

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Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets took safeties with their first two picks - Jamal Adams in the first round and Marcus Maye of Florida in the second. This almost certainly means the end of the road in NY for 2014 first-round pick Calvin Pryor.

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

And so the Jets are on the clock at 39. There are still plenty of good players available, including RB Dalvin Cook, DE/OLB Jordan Willis and CB Quincy Wilson. Naturally, there's plenty of QB speculation because, after all, these are the Jets. To me, it would be a reach in this slot. They have many holes to fill and don't need another project quarterback. If they draft another safety, it'll be adios to Calvin Pryor.

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Primary needs for the Jets, who have the 33rd pick: Cornerback, tight end, edge rusher … and, of course, quarterback. I think it would be a mistake to draft a quarterback in the second round for the second straight year. Enough projects already.

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Primary needs for the Jets, who have the 33rd pick: Cornerback, tight end, edge rusher … and, of course, quarterback. I think it would be a mistake to draft a quarterback in the second round for the second straight year. Enough projects already.

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Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Expecting Giants to monitor some of the top players on board (Forrest Lamp and Dalvin Cook included). Defensive tackle also a possibility with pick 55.

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The Giants come into Friday night with the 55th overall pick in the draft. Recent drafts have seen a string of plug-and-play second-rounders who made an immediate impact in the Meadowlands.

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets (39) are among the teams trying to trade up to the Packers (33), ESPN's Adam Schefter reported. To move up six spots, they'd have to give up the equivalent of a fourth-round pick, per the trade value chart used by teams. Perhaps this is where a Sheldon Richardson trade could happen. If they trade up for a quarterback, the names to watch are DeShone Kizer, Davis Webb and Joshua Dobbs. The Jets showed a lot of interest in Webb during the run-up to the draft.

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Amid the rush of emotions when he was drafted, Jets S Jamal Adams quickly focused on perhaps his biggest challenge -- the Patriots, namely TE Rob Gronkowski. "As soon as I got drafted, that's one of the first people I thought about, as well as the GOAT, Tom Brady," he told reporters Friday. "I have tremendous respect for those guys and that organization."

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