EDGE rusher Jachai Polite became the second Florida product drafted this year when the Jets picked him with the fourth pick of the third round (No. 68 overall).Three months ago, Polite slipping this far seemed unlikely. He was a popular first-round selection in early mock drafts after an ultra-productive junior season. His six forced fumbles tied UF’s single-season record, and he’s one of only four players in UF history to cause at least eight career fumbles. He also ranked third in the SEC last season with 17 ½ tackles for a loss.But Polite struggled during the pre-draft process. He admittedly tanked his interviews at the scouting combine. He tried to bulk up his 6-foot-2 frame but added too much sloppy weight to get from 242 to almost 260. His 40 times were slow, and a lingering hamstring injury didn’t help.Those factors caused the Daytona Beach native to slide out of Day 1 and into Day 2. His former teammate, offensive tackle Jawaan Taylor, also lasted longer than expected; the Jaguars picked him in the second round. Another in-state player went in the third round; the Bills selected Florida Atlantic running back Devin Singletary with the No. 74 overall pick.And a former Gator also went late in the third round. Ex-UF quarterback Will Grier was picked by the Panthers at No. 100 overall. Grier started his career in Gainesville and starred there before earning a year-long suspension for failing an NCAA drug test. He then transferred to West Virginia.Grier will presumably back up another one-time UF quarterback, Cam Newton.