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PFF's Seth Galina gives the Giants wide receiver Jaylen Waddle, edge Ronnie Perkins and linebacker Jamin Davis.
Gil Brandt offers pro comparisons for five top pass-rushing prospects in this draft class.
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The Giants are in a good position to draft one of the top linemen or draft the best player available with some of the moves they have made. They spent a lot on Kenny Golladay to pair with Darius Slayton and Sterling Shepard on the inside, so that should take receiver off the board. They also have a quarterback they at least appear committed to.
It has not necessarily provided the desired results, but I think New York is the team in the league that over the past couple of years has been the clearest in their commitment to getting their two lines to be top quality. They drafted Andrew Thomas in the top 5 last season, along with Matt Peart in the third round. They also drafted Will Hernandez in the second round in 2018 and paid significant money to bring in Nate Solder from New England. On defense, they traded for and extended Leonard Williams and drafted Dexter Lawrence in the first round in 2019. Both sides still need some work, so I think they could take the best lineman available on either side of the ball.
Another honor for long-time trainer.
Kenny Golladay gets No. 19. Click the link to see the full list.
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