The NFL draft is just a week away and The Giants have demands across the roster. The team has suffered double-digit losses for 5 consecutive seasons. With a rookie GM in Joe Schoen and Brian Daboll as head coach, they are trying to get off to a better start this season.
The owners are tired of both changing decision-makers and losing. The team and their fan base have become accustomed to losing. With less than a week to go from the NFL Draft, 2022, many factors are variables in their decisions including plans to add capital for the next season.
A Mock NFL Draft Selection For The Giants
Putting themselves in Joe Schoen’s shoes, Giants Wire made several mock selections without the trading option. The choice was made for the NY Giants. The NFL Draft mock 3.0 came across as something on these lines.
While Evan Neal had been pushed off the board, the decision was between Ikem Ekwonu and Charles Cross. The choice has to be either an OT or allow Carolina to decide who the final choice was.
Cross was the pick given his capacity to intimidate grown-up men and because the Giants apparently loved Cross.
Hamilton undoubtedly stands as the finest prospect in the NFL draft this season. And combined with the general absence of depth at that particular position, it is not possible to bypass him.
David Ojabo’s choice might seem a bit controversial as he damaged his Achilles in Michigan on the pro day, and is in danger of missing the complete season. The team is rebuilding with sight to the next year, so his inclusion is justified.
McBride is, without doubt, the nest of the all-rounder sat tight end in the NFL Draft, 2022, and the Giants need him. He is an impact starter and has few weaknesses.
The Giants are searching for an effective running back for weeks and are considering James Cook, Dalvin’s brother.
Jack Jones could be a good fit in defense, and Bo Melton as a wide receiver has the necessary speed and experience and is a shifty player.