The New York Jets had eight selections in the 2012 NFL Draft, and I'm having a hard time judging how they did. There seems to be some boom-or-bust potential with their first two picks -- North Carolina's Quinton Coples and Georgia Tech's Stephen Hill.
Coples was considered in the top 10 by some teams, but he fell to the 16th pick, something you didn't see very often in mock drafts leading up to the draft. The Jets also had Melvin Ingram on the board but chose Coples instead, a move that's been criticized by some.
Hill was considered a first round talent by some teams, but he ended up falling in the draft as well. The Jets traded up in the draft for him and selected him 43rd overall. Hill had an impressive Combine which will need to translate to the NFL game.
Check out the rest of the Jets draft picks.
Overall, I'll stick with a B for the Jets because there is a lot of potential with those picks, but I do think there's a bust concern there as well.