Jets senior personnel executive Terry Bradway was in attendance Thursday at the West Virginia pro day, where the star attraction was QB Geno Smith.
Bradway watched Smith in what was described as an impressive workout for scouts. He completed 60 of 64 throws in a passing drill (no defenders), including two drops by WR Stedman Bailey.
The Jets are in the quarterback market, but it's unlikely they'd pull the trigger with the ninth overall selection. Smith is expected to be the first quarterback off the board. The Mountaineers have another likely first-rounder in WR Tavon Austin.