The New York Jets filled quite a few big holes on the roster with their haul in the 2022 NFL Draft. And they’re hopeful that they’ll develop another useful player or two from the group of undrafted rookie free agents they signed.

There’s no doubt all eyes will be on first-round picks Sauce Gardner, Garrett Wilson and Jermaine Johnson, and second-rounder Breece Hall in training camp. Fourth-round pick Micheal Clemons could be a valuable core piece on defense.

But the Jets would be thrilled if their depth can be bolstered by one of the less heralded rookies entering camp.

The Jets signed wide receivers Keshunn Abrams (Kent State) and Irvin Charles (IUP), running back Zonovan “Bam” Knight (North Carolina State), safety Tony Adams (Illinois) and linebacker DQ Thomas (Middle Tennessee State) after the draft and each took part in rookie camp the following week.

Charles is intriguing because he was a solid special teams contributor at Penn State before transferring to Indiana University in Pennsylvania. He’s also a big target (6-foot-4, 220 pounds) who caught 12 touchdowns last season. That could give him an edge for the final wide receiver spot on the roster. Although it’ll be an uphill battle against Jeff Smith and possibly Denzel Mims, the disappointing 2020 second-round pick.

The Jets are deep at running back but don’t rule out Knight, who rushed for over 2,000 yards in college.