Position change for a Jets lineman Dan Leberfeld

Florham Park – The Jets picked Texas A&M guard Jarvis Harrison in the fifth round last year.

Now you can call “offensive tackle Jarvis Harrison.”

After being developed as a guard last year, splitting time between the regular roster and practice squad, he’s now playing right tackle.

He played some offensive tackle in college, so the position isn’t totally foreign to him.

And the highly-athletic 330-pounder definitely has the feet for the position. He’s very light on his feet for his size.

Harrison will compete with Brent Qvale and Brandon Shell for the Jets’ backup right tackle job.