‘Strong’ RB Zonovan Knight Rises At Jets Camp As Playmaker

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Former NC State rerun Zonovan Knight celebrates after a big play.

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Not long after the 2022 NFL draft, Jets employees came to work in an unidentified freelance agency. One player they targeted early and were able to attract to New York was Zonovan Knight.

Knight known affectionately by the nickname ‘Bam’ was heralded for his versatility and, you guessed it, the “strength” coming from the NC State.

However, in Lance Zierlein’s reporting for NFL dot com, he said one criticism of Knight’s game was his less-than-interesting record.

He says that Knight can be an effective player but doesn’t have the same burning sensation you’re used to seeing in this position.

Well, that’s definitely not the case at the end of practice on Friday, August 5. Knight ended things with a bam (get it?), I’ll be here all week.

In his final practice, Knight brought it to the house to perform a 65-foot touchdown, according to Dennis Waszak Jr of the Associated Press.

SNY’s Connor Hughes provided some more information on the play saying it was a “great walk in the pit to get out” and the rest is history.

After practice, head coach Robert Saleh tipped Knight off that the youngster had a “nice camp” and showed off some real swinging during that call home.

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The Jets are a team that will likely keep the four backrunners on the final 53-man roster.

Breece Hall and Michael Carter are absolute locks that leave two potential spots for theft.

Four players are set to beat it in the coming weeks:

Perine was recently described by ESPN’s Rich Cimini as the “forgotten man in the room” and a player he expects will soon be scrapped.

Coleman has been off most of the camp so far with an undisclosed illness and was only removed from the NFI list on Friday.

Johnson is about to have a rough year. He fought back tears and when he had his moments in the sunshine, they just didn’t show the level the team expected.

In other words, everything is lined up beautifully for Knight to capture the day. Coleman is a trusted veteran who is familiar with the scheme and the coaching staff love what he brings to the dressing room.

My learned prediction for now would be MC1, Hall, Knight and Coleman make it to the final 53 while the others get to drop straight or practice team abilities.

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