A B1G quarterback finally went off the board.

But no, it wasn’t Connor Cook.

The New York Jets pulled off the first B1G surprise of the second round and picked the polarizing Christian Hackenberg at No. 51 overall.

The Jets don’t exactly have their quarterback situation figured out for 2016. Ryan Fitzpatrick is a free agent, which means that Geno Smith and Bryce Petty are the only quarterbacks on the roster. The Jets reportedly still plan on signing Fitzpatrick to a one-year deal and sitting Hackenberg in his first season.

On the bright side, the Jets are coming off of a 10-win season and have talented skill players in Brandon Marshall and Matt Forte.

Hackenberg was once projected as the top overall pick in the draft as an underclassman. But issues with accuracy and pocket presence lowered his draft stock in the minds of front offices. His regression after James Franklin took over has been well-document.

The former five-star recruit does come into the NFL as a three-year starter with plenty of accomplishments under his belt. A Freshman All-American, Hackenberg is Penn State’s all-time leader in touchdown passes and total offense.

Will his the Jets tap into what made him one of the most highly touted underclassmen in the country? Certainly the New York media will ask that question once or twice in the coming weeks.

His new teammate Darron Lee was fired up about the pick: