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Look back at each Jets draft pick in franchise history

1996: KEYSHAWN JOHNSON, Wide receiver, USC Drafted: First

1996: KEYSHAWN JOHNSON, Wide receiver, USC
Drafted: First round, No. 1 overall
Only the second overall No. 1 pick the Jets have ever had (Joe Namath in 1965 was the first), Johnson lasted just four seasons in New York. But when Jet quarterbacks threw the flashy receiver the "damn ball," Johnson delivered. He made the Pro Bowl in 1998 and 1999, when he had at least eight touchdowns and 1,100 receiving yards in each of those seasons. He was traded to Tampa Bay for a pair of first-round picks.
Impact: Hit. Photo Credit: Newsday/Audrey C. Tiernan

The Jets have six picks in the 2015 NFL Draft. Before you start looking towards those future picks, look back at the past ones.

Take a look back at every NFL and AFL draft pick by the Jets, with the ability to sort by year, round, college and position in our database.

The database also presents the head coach and general manager at the time each draft pick was selected.

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