Jets take two wide receivers in fourth roundSaunders, Evans newest additions to New York's 2014 draft class
New York entered the final day of the draft Saturday with a league-high nine picks.
The Jets addressed a few key needs during the first three rounds by taking safety Calvin Pryor, tight end Jace Amaro and cornerback Dexter McDougle, but needed depth at wide receiver.
Saunders is a short - 5-foot-9, 165 pounds - but speedy receiver and punt returner who caught 123 passes in two years at Oklahoma after transferring from Fresno State.
The 6-1, 213-pound Evans had nine touchdown catches for UCLA last season. He spent his first college season at Notre Dame.