player. 30. It looks like the New York Jets are rebuilding on the offensive side of the ball these days. C Nick Mangold and WR Brandon Marshall were released by the Jets to bring in new blood. After redshirting last year, young QB Christian Hackenberg will compete with Josh McCown to start.
<p>So in order for the Jets to have a shot to compete, they need to play very well on defense. And to do that, they have to replace CB Darrelle Revis with all the blitzing and man-to-man coverage they use. Marshon Lattimore is the No. CB prospect in this draft an looks like he’s up to the task.</p>
<p>He’s a one-year starter but you either have what it takes to be a man-to-man cover CB or you don’t. And Lattimore has all the ingredients one needs to be a shutdown CB in the NFL.. He good size and and arm length for press coverage at 6’0″, 193 pounds with 31 1/4-inch long arms.</p>
<p>And he showed his blazing speed at the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine, running a 4.36 in the 40. Lattimore also has great feet and hips to mirror WRs and in the running game, he’s a reliable tackler. In bump-and-run, man-to-man coverage, Lattimore will make an immediate impact on the Jets. </p>. CB. Ohio State. Marshon Lattimore. 6