It has been a quiet preseason for the Jets’ rookie class, but a few of them made some noise in Saturday’s game with the Bengals.

Safety Calvin Pryor led the way. The first-round pick made his debut after dealing with a concussion early in camp, and he made sure people realized he was on the field. Pryor had six tackles, one for a loss, recovered a fumble and defended two passes.

Pryor looked comfortable in his first NFL game and probably will move into the starting lineup this week. He showed his bone-crushing style when he knocked Bengals running back Rex Burkhead out of the game by drilling him behind the line of scrimmage. He also nailed wide receiver Cobi Hamilton, forcing him to drop the ball.

“How would you evaluate Calvin Pryor?” a defiant Rex Ryan said after fielding questions about the rest of his shaky secondary. “Do you give him a plus? I don’t know. He forced like two fumbles, knocked some dudes out. I guess we were right on that one.”

Pryor played a team-high 65 percent of the defensive snaps.

“They brought me here to be an enforcer, and try to make plays and create turnovers, and tonight I did that,” Pryor said. “I feel like that was only the beginning, so I can only get better from here on out, and I’m going to keep trusting and believing in my teammates, and they will do the same.”