The NY Jets roster rebuild will continue this offseason as the team once again turns to the draft in an effort to add more young talent to the organization. General manager Joe Douglas' second draft class with the Jets already looks incredibly promising with players like Alijah Vera-Tucker, Elijah Moore, Michael Carter, and even Michael Carter II looking like long-term building blocks. Douglas and the Jets will hope to find similar success in the 2022 NFL Draft — a draft they are currently slated to have a total of nine picks in, with potentially as many as four in the top-40. With the help of The Draft Network's Mock Machine, we ran through one possible scenario for the Jets in next year's draft. Here are our results.