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First, check out Zach Wilson’s stunning body transformation for Jets

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Experts say that young players typically make the biggest leaps in their respective careers from year #1 to year #2.

That’s exactly what the New York Jets are hoping for with their young quarterback Zach Wilson.

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The Jets ended the 2021 season on Sunday, January 9 after a 27-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills. All Jets players then parted ways for a three-month hiatus before reuniting at the team facilities for the start of off-season training activities in April.

As Wilson walked through these doors onto the practice field, there were some very noticeable changes to his physique.

NFL analyst Will Parkinson highlighted that In a tweet this week, he said he’d gained “muscle and weight of a grown man.”

If you take a look at the former BYU stud it certainly looks more chiseled but it really stands out, even more so if you put a picture from last year and this year side by side:

There’s no other way to put it, Wilson looks puffy. You can clearly see it in his leg definition and his camp has said the goal was to build more muscle this offseason.

Wilson now has his beach body ready to roll, but he didn’t stop there. This off-season, he’s traveled the countryside to get extra work with all his weapons, old and new.

Some of his visits have included Nashville, Miami and most recently a trip to Arizona.

After the Green-Whites surrendered the card to pick Garrett Wilson with No. 10 overall Ohio State Wilson was already Set up training in the DMs.

In other words, Wilson has done everything in his power this offseason to put himself in the best possible position to succeed in 2022.

After missing four games through injury last season, Wilson took it upon himself to build his frame. Additionally, Wilson made sure to work with his teammates to build their chemistry so they could serve as stepping stones when they all gathered together for team-organized activities.

All of that is well and good, but we have to address the 800-pound elephant in the room. None of these things guarantee a leak of anything.

Wilson building his frame doesn’t guarantee he won’t injure himself. The 22-year-old (who will be 23 by the start of the 2022 season) taking a road trip with his teammates this off-season doesn’t mean they will always be on the same page.

The proof will be in the pudding. Wilson needs to deliver when the lights are brightest and when it matters most.

Although it’s very encouraging to see him taking the next step in his development as a pro, both physically and mentally.

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Wilson building his frame doesn’t guarantee he won’t injure himself. The 22-year-old (who will be 23 by the start of the 2022 season) taking a road trip with his teammates this off-season doesn’t mean they will always be on the same page.



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