New York Jets rookie quarterback Zach Wilson is still adjusting to New Jersey.

Wilson is a native of Utah who played college football at BYU. He said he was used to his new home, but he gradually learned that driving in Garden State is much harder than it seems. Wilson said this is by far the biggest difference between the New York area and the place where he grew up.

"There must be some aggressive drivers here, that's for sure," Wilson told reporters on Thursday. "Get used to it, you can see it everywhere."

Wilson was the second overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. He pitched 3,692 yards, 33 touchdowns and only 3 interceptions at Brigham Young University last season. He also broke Steve Young's school completion rate record with a jaw-dropping 73.5%.

The Jets have not made the playoffs for 10 seasons, and have not won the Super Bowl in 52 years. After the Jets chose Wilson, he immediately told the fans all his heartfelt wishes.

Wilson told the NFL Network on draft night: "I will do my best. Apart from the Jets, I have no other team to participate in." "I will do my best, baby, we will be a special ball. The team. We are going to participate in the Super Bowl."