Jets to host Miami RedHawks quarterback Zac Dysert

4/8/13 in NFL   |   Mia781   |   953 respect

With week quarterback class available in the NFL draft this year, most teams are thoroughly analyzing every option to recognize their priorities. The New York Jets too are bringing in draft prospect quarterbacks for private workouts even though the team isn’t expected to utilize their first-round pick at the position.
 
With a growing likelihood of a change of coaching staff expected in New York during 2014, the Jets are mindful to the possible alterations the new coach could bring to the franchise.  For instance, if the new coach isn’t satisfied with the incumbent quarterback, the New York Jets could end up wasting the draft pick.
 
However, it seems more rational for the New York Jets to use a mod-round pick to draft a quarterback, who the team deems capable to run Marty Mornhinweg’s version of the West Coast offense. So, just in case Mark Sanchez fails to adapt to the offensive scheme, then the rookie quarterback could be called upon to have his shot and spare the coaching staff from the scrutiny of the higher ups and fans; hence possibly saving their jobs.
 
That potential rookie replacement for the New York Jets could be Miami (Ohio) quarterback Zac Dysert. The 23-year-old Zac Dysert is expected to visit the New York Jets on Wednesday of this week. (But consider it only a visit since hosting anyone other than a local prospect cannot include a workout for the team, so the New York Jets must go to the Institute where Zac Dysert played his collegiate career to have a private workout).
 
The New York Jets were among 21 other NFL teams who attended Zac Dysert’s Pro Day workout last month. Zac Dysert, who is widely considered a mid-round pick, completed 54 of 64 passes with below freezing temperature and the wind speed coming down to single digits.
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