Jets Rookie Mini-Camp Runs Friday through Sunday

Jets Rookie Mini-Camp Runs Friday through Sunday

The New York Jets announced the list of 10 undrafted free agents and 23 players invited to rookie mini-camp that starts this Friday.

Of this list, the notable players are G.J. Kinne (GJ and his father had a life altering experience that was featured on ESPN), D’Anton Lynn (son of running backs coach, Anthony Lynn), and Matt Simms (son of Giants Great Quaterback Phil Simms).

Hat tip to our friends at the for the full list.

The positions that will be in attendance are the following:

  • Running Backs:  2
  • Wide Receivers:  4
  • Offensive Lineman:  5
  • Defensive Lineman:  4
  • Linebackers:  3
  • Quaterbacks:  2
  • Defensive Backs:  2
  • Kickers:  1

Undrafted free agents:

Utah OL John Cullen
North Alabama ILB Marcus Dowtin
Boston College CB Donnie Fletcher
William Penn DL Damon Harrison
Tulsa QB G.J. Kinne
Michigan State TE Brian Linthicum
Penn State DB D’Anton Lynn
Furman CB Ryan Steed
Jackson State LB Donovan Robinson
Nevada LB Brett Roy

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Tryout players:

Maine RB Pushaun Brown
Virginia WR Kris Burd
Tulsa LB Nelson Coleman
Gannon DL Randy Colling
North Dakota State OL Paul Cornick
Wake Forest WR Danny Dembry
Idaho LB JoJo Dickson
Albany QB Dan Di Lella
Richmond DB Tremayne Graham
Delaware DL Matt Hardison
San Jose State OL Fred Koloto
Cincinnati C Randy Martinez
Montana K Brody McKnight
Oregon State DB Lance Mitchell
Western Michigan OL Anthony Parker
Hawaii WR Royce Pollard
Harvard LB Josue Ortiz
Buffalo DL Richie Smith
Tennessee QB Matt Simms
Penn State RB Joe Suhey
Iowa State DL Stephen Ruempolhamer
Florida OL Dan Wenger
Valdosta State WR T.J. Williams

  • Rocky Marciano

    Great to hear Kyle Nunn of the Gamecocks will be in camp. You can see him in the video below blocking in the Cap One Bowl at the 58 mark on the QB sneak for a TD and also at the 129-132 mark pass blocking for the TD to Kenny Miles..                                               

  • crimfan

    Josué Ortiz is not the son of an NFL vet, but he lives with his soon to be father-in-law, Keith Baldwin who was the 31st player chosen in the draft exactly 30 years ago – and he plays the same position!