The Jets appear to have found a willing, deep-pocketed trading partner for Darrelle Revis.

Loaded down with a record 15 picks in the upcoming NFL Draft after agreeing to trade Alex Smith and in need of a shutdown cornerback, the 49ers are expected to make a run at the disgruntled Revis in the very near future — if they haven’t already.

The reported deal yesterday that would send Smith to Kansas City also could have ramifications for the Jets’ quarterback situation. There also has been speculation the Jets are interested in signing former Chief Brady Quinn, a soon-to-be free agent no longer wanted in Kansas City with Smith ready to come on board.

According to a Yahoo Sports report quoting unnamed league sources, San Francisco is open to trading multiple picks for Revis, though the All-Pro corner is coming off major knee surgery and would be just a one-year rental unless the Niners agreed to his wish for a market-setting contract.

Any trade cannot be finalized and announced until March 12, when the NFL’s new league year officially begins.

An NFC general manager did not have specific knowledge of the Niners contacting the Jets about Revis but told The Post that a deal would make sense for both teams in several ways.

“It’s kind of a no-brainer for everyone involved, assuming the Jets are truly willing and ready to trade [Revis],” the source said. “San Francisco has more picks than they know what to do with, and the Jets have a lot of holes they could address really quick with those picks.”

The source said the Jets have been shopping Revis for several weeks and stepped up their sales presentation at last week’s NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.

New general manager John Idzik and coach Rex Ryan also have repeatedly refused to rule out trading Revis when asked to do so by reporters at the combine.

San Francisco is awash in picks after adding two in the reported Smith deal to the 12 already in its possession. That total is the most for any team in one draft since the NFL cut back to seven rounds in 1994.

Including the 31st and 34th choices, the Niners will have at least two picks in five of the seven rounds.