'The Jets won the draft with Sauce Gardner and Garrett Wilson': Social reactions

Joe Harrington
The Columbus Dispatch

Garrett Wilson is a New York Jet after the team selected him 10th overall in the NFL Draft on Thursday in Las Vegas. 

Wilson, an All-Big Ten receiver who was one of the stars of the Buckeyes powerful passing game along with the No.11 pick Chris Olave, will pair with last year's No. 2 pick, Zach Wilson. 

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The Wilson and Wilson connection could be fruitful for the Jets, who haven't had a winning season since 2010. The Jets won just four games in 2021. 

Garrett Wilson now heads to the city that never sleeps and neither does Twitter.

Here's how fans reacted to Garrett Wilson's selection at No. 10. 

Watch the Jets select Garrett Wilson

Garrett Wilson, Jameson Williams and Chris Olave went in consecutive picks

New York, concrete jungle where dreams are made of

NY Jets don't win a lot. But did they win the NFL first round?

Sauce Gardner vs. Garrett Wilson

Garrett Wilson's parents more excited for the pick than this tweet. Probably

Buckeyes drafted in the first round

  • 2021: 11, Justin Fields, QB, Chicago
  • 2020: 2, Chase Young, DE, Washington
  • 2020: 3, Jeff Okudah, CB, Detroit
  • 2020: 19, Damon Arnette, CB, Oakland
  • 2019: 2, Nick Bosa, DE, San Francisco
  • 2019: 15, Dwayne Haskins, QB, Washington
  • 2018: 4, Denzel Ward, CB, Cleveland
  • 2018: 21, Billy Price, C, Cincinnati
  • 2017: 11, Marshon Lattimore, CB, New Orleans
  • 2017: 15, Malik Hooker, S, Indianapolis
  • 2017: 24, Gareon Conley, CB, Oakland
  • 2016: 3, Joey Bosa, DE, San Diego
  • 2016: 4, Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Dallas
  • 2016: 10, Eli Apple, CB, New York
  • 2016: 16, Taylor Decker, T, Detroit
  • 2016: 20, Darron Lee, LB, New York Jets
  • 2014: 15, Ryan Shazier, LB, Pittsburgh
  • 2014: 31, Bradley Roby, CB, Denver
  • 2011: 31, Cameron Heyward, DE, Pittsburgh
  • 2009: 14, Malcolm Jenkins, CB, New Orleans
  • 2009: 31, Beanie Wells, RB, Arizona
  • 2008: 6, Vernon Gholston, DE, New York Jets
  • 2007: 9, Ted Ginn, Jr., WR, Miami
  • 2007: 32, Anthony Gonzalez, WR, Indianapolis
  • 2006: 5, A.J. Hawk, LB, Green Bay
  • 2006: 8, Donte Whitner, S, Buffalo
  • 2006: 18, Bobby Carpenter, LB, Dallas
  • 2006: 25, Santonio Holmes, WR, Pittsburgh
  • 2006: 29, Nick Mangold, C, New York Jets
  • 2004: 18, Will Smith, DE, New Orleans
  • 2004: 28, Chris Gamble, CB, Carolina
  • 2004: 29, Michael Jenkins, WR, Atlanta
  • 2001: 21, Nate Clements, CB, Buffalo
  • 2001: 29, Ryan Pickett, DT, St. Louis Rams
  • 2000: 24, Ahmed Plummer, CB, San Francisco
  • 1999: 8, David Boston, WR, Arizona
  • 1999: 23, Antoine Winfield, CB, Buffalo
  • 1999: 28, Andy Katzenmoyer, LB, New England
  • 1997: 1, Orlando Pace, T, St. Louis Rams
  • 1997: 3, Shawn Springs, CB, Seattle
  • 1996: 7, Terry Glenn, WR, New England
  • 1996: 9, Rickey Dudley, TE, Oakland
  • 1996: 14, Eddie George, RB, Houston
  • 1995: 8, Joey Galloway, WR, Seattle
  • 1995: 24, Korey Stringer, T, Minnesota
  • 1995: 30, Craig Powell, LB, Cleveland
  • 1994: 1, Dan Wilkinson, DT, Cincinnati
  • 1993: 21, Robert Smith, RB, Minnesota
  • 1992: 22, Alonzo Spellman, DE, Chicago
  • 1991: 19, Vinnie Clark, CB, Green Bay
  • 1988: 16, Eric Kumerow, DE, Miami
  • 1986: 10, Keith Byars, RB, Miami
  • 1985: 12, Jim Lachey, T, San Diego
  • 1984: 27, William Roberts, G, NY Giants
  • 1982: 4, Art Schlichter, QB, Baltimore
  • 1979: 1, Tom Cousineau, LB, Buffalo
  • 1978: 4, Chris Ward, T, New York
  • 1977: 23, Bob Brudzinski, LB, LA Rams
  • 1976: 21, Tim Fox, DB, New England
  • 1976: 24, Archie Griffin, RB, Cincinnati
  • 1975: 12, Kurt Schumacher, G, New Orleans
  • 1975: 20, Doug France, T, LA Rams
  • 1975: 24, Neil Colzie, DB, Oakland
  • 1974: 3, John Hicks, T, New York Giants
  • 1974: 13, Rick Middleton, LB, New Orleans
  • 1974: 14, Randy Gradishar, LB, Denver
  • 1971: 9, John Brockington, RB, Green Bay
  • 1971: 19, Jack Tatum, DB, Oakland
  • 1971: 24, Leo Hayden, RB, Minnesota
  • 1969: 14, Rufus Mayes, T, Chicago
  • 1969: 26, Dave Foley, T, New York Jets
  • 1964: Paul Warfield, WR, Cleveland
  • 1963: Daryl Sanders, T, Detroit
  • 1963: Bob VGel, T, Baltimore
  • 1962: Bob Ferguson, FB, Pittsburgh
  • 1961: Tom Matte, RB, Baltimore
  • 1960: Birtho Arnold, OL, Buffalo
  • 1960: Jim Houston, LB, Cleveland
  • 1960: Bob White, FB, Houston
  • 1959: Don Clark, RB, Chicago
  • 1959: Dan James, T, San Francisco
  • 1957: Jim Parker, T, Baltimore
  • 1956: Hopalong Cassady, RB, Detroit
  • 1950: Fred Morrison, FB, Chicago
  • 1938: Jim McDonald, DB, Philadelphia

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