Watson and Trubisky both performed well and impressed in the throwing session.

Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan said Friday that the wideout should be able to participate in non-contact organized team activities after suffering a torn rotator cuff last season. Decker had surgery after the Jets placed him on injured reserve in October. "I anticipate him being ready to start the season," Maccagnan said regarding the 29-year-old pass catcher. The veteran turns the big 3-0 on March 15, and has two years remaining on a five-year, $36.25 million deal he signed with Gang Green in 2014. Watson, who led the Tigers to a College Football Playoff National Championship, is expected to be an early first-round pick, and Trubisky will get selected in the first round as well. Kizer has the size, speed, and arm talent to thrive in the NFL, but he might be a Day 2 selection. Those are the top three in this quarterback draft class, but you should keep your eye on other signal callers like Tennessee’s Joshua Dobbs and Colorado’s Sefo Liufau. None...
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