The Jets signed Kellen Winslow Jr. off the scrap heap last month, but the tight end sounds confident he can have a big impact.

Winslow, who participated in Mark Sanchez’s “Jets West” camp this week, said he hopes to catch 100 passes this season.

“I average around like 72 or so,” Winslow said. “My job is to just make plays and when it comes my way make the play. I can exceed that. My goal is always to catch 100 balls. I haven’t done it yet, but that’s my goal. I want to come close.”

Winslow had 75 catches for the Buccaneers two years ago, but he played only one game with the Patriots last year and had one catch. Winslow’s career has been derailed by knee injuries. The Jets signed him after giving him a tryout at their minicamp.

Winslow said he feels ready for training camp, which begins July 25 in Cortland.

“I feel the same like every year,” he said. “Nothing has really changed. It’s all about maintaining and keeping my legs strong. That’s about it. This is a great opportunity for me and I’m very impressed with the guys out here and Mark running it. I’m just happy to be a part of it.”

Winslow appears to be in great shape. He worked out on the field with his new teammates and after the throwing session, did laps around the track at Mission Viejo High School on his bike.