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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN's Jon Gruden positively gushed about Jamal Adams to the Jets. He called the former LSU safety the No. 1 player in the draft, adding, "I love the fact that he's going to the Big Apple. He reminds me of some of my favorite safeties – the Ronnie Lotts, the Rodney Harrisons. He's a wrecking machine, he's versatile, he can play in the post, he's a great one-on-one tackler. He's an inspiring leader and a quality person. This is a huge pick for the Jets." Sounds like Gruden is a fan.

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Clark confident in Jamal Adams' ability (2:30)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Let's put the Jets' selection of Jamal Adams into historical perspective. He's only the ninth safety to be chosen in the top six since the merger in 1970, according to Pro Football Reference. It last happened in 2010, when the Chiefs picked Eric Berry at five. Safety is a historically weak position for the Jets. Only one in the last 27 years has made a Pro Bowl -- LaRon Landry (2012), per PFR.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The comp being used for Evan Engram: Jordan Reed but even faster. Ran 4.42 at combine. "Nobody expects a guy to run a 4.42," VP of player evaluation Marc Ross explained.

ESPN Stats and Information  

The Giants added a whole lot of speed in Round 1 with Ole Miss TE Evan Engram. The 6-foot-3, 234-pounder blazed a 4.42 40-yard dash at the combine, easily the best among tight ends and one-tenth faster than new wideout Brandon Marshall's time in 2006.

Sale's 10 K's not enough in loss to Yankees (0:45)

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Jerry Reese said Giants didn't try to trade for O.J. Howard. He won't talk more about other players other than Engram.

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