If the Jets have thoughts of using Tajh Boyd as something other than a quarterback, as coach Rex Ryan hinted last week, the former Clemson star doesn’t sound like he will be an enthusiastic participant.

“I can’t see myself playing another position,” Boyd said as the Jets completed the second day of their three-day rookie minicamp Saturday in Florham Park.

The concept couldn’t come as a total surprise to Boyd, considering he fell all the way to the Jets in the sixth round of the NFL Draft despite setting 57 school and Atlantic Coast Conference passing records at Clemson.

Boyd also is joining a roster already full of quarterbacks, with just the No. 3 spot currently held by Matt Simms up for grabs — while Geno Smith and Michael Vick duke it out for the starting job.

It would explain why Ryan indicated Friday that — though the 6-foot-1, 225-pound Boyd currently is “100 percent quarterback” — the Wildcat package or a slash role at running back, wide receiver or H-back isn’t out of the question if Boyd makes the final roster.

“We’ll see as it gets going,” Ryan said when asked if Boyd is locked in as a quarterback. “Certainly, he’s got the running skills that we saw in college that you might consider doing different things with him.”

Boyd is a threat as a runner, having rushed for 26 touchdowns — a huge total for a passing quarterback — in four seasons as a starter at Clemson. That figure included 10 rushing TDs in each of the past two seasons.

Boyd averaged just 2.3 yards per carry in college, but he is no novice at it and has shown he knows how to find the end zone with the ball in his hands. He just hopes he doesn’t have to prove it in the NFL as something other than a quarterback.

“If it happens, I guess I’ll make the most out of it,” Boyd said of possibly playing a non-passer role. “But I just really can’t see that happening.”