The New York Jets have six selections in the 2015 NFL draft, including the sixth overall pick.
New York finished 4-12 in 2014, missing the playoffs for the fourth straight year.
The Jets will have a new-look secondary next season with the addition of All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis and former Cleveland Browns cornerback Buster Skrine, who agreed to a four-year deal worth $25 million.
The team also signed cornerback Antonio Cromartie, who was previously Revis’s teammate for three seasons in New York. Cromartie played last season with the Arizona Cardinals.
New York upgraded on the offensive end to help their league-worst passing attack. The team acquired quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick from the Houston Texans for a conditional draft pick and traded for five-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Brandon Marshall, who spent the last three seasons with the Chicago Bears.
Below are the selections New York is slated to make in the draft:
Round 1, Pick 6 (6th overall)
Round 2, Pick 5 (37th overall)
Round 3, Pick 6 (70th overall)
Round 4, Pick 5 (104th overall)
Round 7, Pick 6 (223rd overall)
Round 7, Pick 7 (224th overall)