While the Jets’ second-round draft pick, Geno Smith, said he won’t be shocked or disappointed if he’s not named the starting quarterback, embattled and beleaguered Mark Sanchez said he plans on being under center and sounds as if he can’t even comprehend the possibility he could get beat out for the job.

“I don’t really think like that. I’m planning on playing, and planning on starting so I’ll let you know,’’ said Sanchez when he was asked if he would be surprised if he didn’t start. “I don’t plan on that happening.’’

After throwing three interceptions during organized team activities last week, Sanchez was 8-of-11 yesterday with no picks.

“I feel the best I’ve felt in a while and I feel like I’m putting together one of my best offseasons,” he said. “Accuracy-wise I just feel great.’’

Smith said he wouldn’t be hurt or stunned by not starting.

“It’s not my job to really worry about that,” he said. “It’s my job to work hard and whatever it takes to help my team win. ... It wouldn’t hurt my confidence; it just means I need to continue to work hard. I have confidence one day I’ll get there: It just takes time.’’

The rookie from West Virginia praised Sanchez for having been helpful and supportive.