The New York Jets are scheduled to meet with Louisville S Calvin Pryor this week.

Footballguys View: Pryor can roam the field in coverage, but he can also play close to the line of scrimmage and make a big hit. He’s a violent hitter who loves to initiate contact. Pryor would give any team an intimidating presence at the free safety position. He’s a lock to be a first-round pick. The Jets need all the help in the secondary they can get. Pryor could step in and start from day one.


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