OK. Now what, John Idzik?

The Jets have two of the top 13 picks in Thursday’s first round of the NFL Draft after trading Darrelle Revis to Tampa Bay. The trade will ultimately be evaluated by how Idzik does with the picks.

Idzik is banking on getting players who can have an immediate impact. He said he does not view trading Revis as sacrificing the short-term health of the Jets for long-term impact, partly because he feels he can find some players in the Draft.

“I wouldn’t characterize it as sacrifice,” Idzik said. “I think any time you contemplate a trade we’re always going to have both the short- and long-term interests of the club in mind because we feel like with the compensation we received we’re going to gain some short-term benefits. We’re going to get some very valued players on our roster.”

Idzik has some options now. He is in a better position now to trade down and acquire more picks. It is possible he could trade the No. 9 pick and get another first-round pick lower in the round plus an additional pick. This year’s draft is not seen as particularly great in the top 10, which would make the Jets’ desire to trade greater but also make it tougher to find a trade partner.

If he holds on to the picks, the Jets have plenty of holes to fill. Here are the positions of greatest need:

Outside linebacker: The thought had been the Jets would possibly select Oregon’s Dion Jordan or LSU’s Barkevious Mingo at No. 9. The 13th pick could open the door for Georgia’s Jarvis Jones, who has too many questions to take in the top 10, but would make sense at 13.