2011 NFL Mock Draft: The Final Update

It has been a long road of updating mock drafts here at SB Nation but we are finally at our last edition with the draft only a few days away. From all indications it would seem to be a safe bet that the New York Jets will be selecting either a defensive lineman or outside linebacker with the 30th overall pick. It remains relatively wide open on who that specific player will be, especially since long time mock draft favorite Phil Taylor now has injury concerns over a condition in his foot. Personally, I wouldn't be surprised to see the Jets trade down from the 30th pick, but if they do stay put, here is a look at who various experts at have them selecting:

ESPN (Kiper) - Cameron Heyward, Ohio State, Defensive End

ESPN (McShay) - Phil Taylor, Baylor, Defensive Tackle

National Football Post (Bunting) - Justin Houston, Georgia, Outside Linebacker

CBS (Rang) - Taylor

CBS (Reuter) - Jabaal Sheard, Pittsburgh, Defensive End

Sports Illustrated (King) - Muhammad Wilkerson, Temple, Defensive Tackle

Walter Football - Akeem Ayers, UCLA, Outside Linebacker

DraftTek - Sheard

Turn On The Jets (Malvisi) - Houston

Turn On The Jets (Caporoso aka myself) - Heyward

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