And the winner is Rock Ya-Sin White Doug Middleton Jerseys , CB, Temple! With Ya-Sin taking the 46th spot, our crowd sourced Big Board now looks like this:Nick Bosa, Edge, Ohio..."We have the 46th prospect on the GGN Big Board! And the winner is Rock Ya-Sin, CB, Temple! With Ya-Sin taking the 46th spot, our crowd sourced Big Board now looks like this:Nick Bosa, Edge, Ohio StateQuinnen Williams, DL, AlabamaJosh Allen, Edge, KentuckyJonah Williams, OT, AlabamaClelin Ferrell, Edge, ClemsonRashan Gary, Edge, MichiganEd Oliver, DT, HoustonDevin White, LB, LSUGreedy Williams, CB, LSUDwayne Haskins Doug Middleton Jerseys 2019 , QB, Ohio StateD.K. Metcalf, WR, MississippiT.J. Hockenson, TE, IowaJawaan Taylor, OT, FloridaKyler Murray, QB, OklahomaN’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona StateJachai Polite, Edge, FloridaMontez Sweat, Edge, Mississippi StateAndre Dillard, OT, Washington StateBrian Burns, Edge, Florida StateCody Ford, OT, OklahomaGarrett Bradbury, OC, North Carolina StateNoah Fant, TE, IowaByron Murphy White Brandon Copeland Jerseys , CB, WashingtonChristian Wilkins, DT, ClemsonDevin Bush, LB, MichiganGreg Little, OT, MississippiMarquise Brown, WR, OklahomaDexter Lawrence, DT, ClemsonJosh Jacobs, RB, AlabamaDeandre Baker, CB, GeorgiaA.J. Brown, WR, MississippiDrew Lock, QB, MissouriHakeem Butler, WR, Iowa StateJeffery Simmons, DT, Mississippi StateDalton Risner, OL, Kansas StateKelvin Harmon Brandon Copeland Jerseys 2019 , WR, North Carolina StateIrv Smith, Jr., TE, AlabamaNasir Adderley, S, DelawareChris Lindstrom, OG, Boston CollegeElgton Jenkins, C, MississippiJerry Tillery, DL, Notre DameChase Winovich, Edge, MichiganAmani Oruwariye, CB Penn StateErik McCoy, C, Texas A&MJJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR, StanfordRock Ya-Sin, CB, Temple?From now until mid April I’ll be putting up a daily poll asking GGN to vote on the best available player from a rolling list of 15 candidates. The idea here is to build a generic Big Board reflecting the community’s view of this year’s draft class regardless of the Jets’ (or any other team’s) particular needs. So for instance, the Jets do not need a QB this year, but that should not prevent you from placing a QB high on the Big Board. Each day we will close the previous day’s poll and the candidate with the most votes will be added to the GGN Big Board. In the event of a tie vote the tie will be broken by surname in alphabetical order. By the time the draft rolls around we should have enough players on our Big Board to cover two rounds of the draft.In the event I have made an egregious omission and a name you think should be on the poll is not there you can write in candidates in the comments section. If a player gets support in the comments section I’ll add him to the next day’s poll.Try not to get overly frustrated if your guy isn’t being voted to the top of the board. We all have different views and what we’re looking for here is a composite of the best players in the community’s collective mind. Your views may or may not coincide with the community’s, and either way that’s OK.So let’s get to it. Today we vote for the #47 prospect on the 2019 crowd sourced GGN Big Board. Who will it be? Vote early, vote often White Trumaine Johnson Jerseys , and let’s hear who you think are the best players in this draft. There are only a few days left until teams are officially allowed to open negotiations with free agents, and the rumor mill is starting to heat up.According to Connor Hughes of The Athletic, the J..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Jets StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Jets NewsYahoo Jets Team PageYahoo Jets ReportYahoo Jets Depth ChartYahoo Jets TransactionsYahoo Jets PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub 鉁昍eport: Jets very interested in Anthony BarrNew,103commentsESTShareTweetShareShareReport: Jets very interested in Anthony BarrHarrison Barden-USA TODAY SportsThere are only a few days left until teams are officially allowed to open negotiations with free agents, and the rumor mill is starting to heat up.According to Connor Hughes of The Athletic, the Jets have their eyes on Anthony Barr.Barr has primarily been a Will outside linebacker in Minnesota’s 4-3 defense throughout his five year career. Contrarily, Adam Gase recently confirmed the Jets will be remaining in a 3-4 base defense.However, there’s a reason this pursuit makes some sense - Barr could project well to a 3-4 outside linebacker role. He racked up 23.5 sacks as a 3-4 outside linebacker over his final two seasons at UCLA before he was made a top ten pick in the 2014 Draft. Barr hasn’t had many opportunities to rush the passer in the role he has been playing for the Vikings, but he has been excellent when asked to. According to Pro Football Focus, in 2018 Barr led all linebackers with a 13.8 pass-rushing productivity percentage, accumulating 23 pressures on just 94 pass-rush snaps.The Jets could see Barr as a pass rushing answer at outside linebacker.In addition to the pass rushing flashes in small sample sizes, the athleticism has always been there. Barr ran the three cone drill in 6.82 seconds at 6’5, 255 pounds, making him the only player to run it that fast at that height and weight.This is an interesting pursuit. I’d be very intrigued to see what Barr could do in this presumably more suitable role. However, it might not be the smartest idea to invest big-time money into a player switching positions, and expecting him to be your pass rushing answer.With all of that said, Barr is a versatile and athletic player who could potentially fit into a lot of different roles. The Jets could envision him pass rushing more often in their defense, but he could also provide versatility that few players on their roster currently offer.Barr has been an integral part of a Minnesota team that is third in scoring defense since he was drafted, after ranking second worst in the three seasons prior to his selection. It will be interesting to see how highly he is valued on the market, and then if the Jets do end up with him, how they utilize his abilities.I covered Barr here, in my series of free agent profiles.