One month to dial a night
One month to dial a night

Nick Baumgardner, The Athletic

Select: Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame

Analysis: “Alt (6-7, 322) will be an OT1 on some boards after a fantastic junior season with the Irish. He still moves like the 220-pound tight end he was in high school.”

Gordon McGuinness, Pro Football Focus

Select: Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

Analysis: “Odunze finishes the start of this mock draft with three quarterbacks and three receivers, giving the Giants a potential true No. 1 wide receiver. Odunze dropped just 3.2 percent of the passes thrown his way last season, while his 2.93 yards ranked eighth among his classmates in route average.”

Trevor Sikema, Pro Football Focus

Select: Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

Analysis: “The Giants will be in the market for a quarterback trade, but if they stay at No. 6, I think it’s receiver over offensive lineman because they brought in some veterans in free agency to give them good flexibility at tackle and guard.” From what I’ve heard, Odunze has been giving good interviews in addition to his excellent NFL scouting performance. His size would add something new to the Giants’ starting lineup.”

Select: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Analysis: “Offensive line could be a consideration here, but the Giants select Nabers, a big player who is a threat to take it to the house every time he touches the ball.”

Connor Livesay, 33rd A team

Select: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Analysis: “Malik Nabers adds much-needed explosiveness, reliability and big-play ability to a group that has lacked all of those traits from a wide receiver for some time.”

Keith Sanchez, The Draft Network

Select: Jaden Daniels, QB, LSU

Analysis: “The Giants put themselves in the best possible position because they were able to stay patient, not give up draft capital to move up and select their quarterback of the future in Jaden Daniels. Daniels is a true dual-threat quarterback that I believe Brian Daboll will be able to develop and be creative with his play calling, finally making the Giants offense exciting to watch.”

Damien Parsons, The Draft Network

Select: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Analysis: “OT or WR? With four QB picks in front of them, the Giants need to select an impact player to help elevate Daniel Jones. Malik Nabers will give him a dynamic and explosive run threat after the catch to pair with Darren Waller and the rest of their weapons. A New Potential WR1–OBJ 2.0?”

Connor Rodgers, NBC Sports

Select: Jaden Daniels, QB, LSU

Analysis: “Daniels’ ability to run electric and pass vertically is a great fit for Daboll, who unlocked both aspects while working with Josh Allen a few years ago in Buffalo.”

Chris Trapasso, CBS Sports

Select: Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame

Analysis: “Alt is a tall, extremely athletic blocker with several years of solid production in the offensive line factory that is Notre Dame. Smart move here to New York.”

Select: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Analysis: “Upgrading the offense should be a priority this offseason.”

Ryan Fowler, The Draft Network

Select: Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

Analysis: “New York needs to figure out their future at QB, but Rome Odunze will immediately provide a WR1 for either Daniel Jones or Drew Lock. He sits side by side with Marvin Harrison Jr. on the boards of several teams.”

Joe Broback, Pro Football Network

Select: Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Ohio State

Analysis: “We’re already seeing Marvin Harrison Jr.’s lineup go down a little bit with more people backing up guys like Rim Odunze and Keon Coleman, but New York is fine with that. Whether you think Harrison is the best receiver or not, one thing’s for sure: the kid can ball.”

Brentley Weisman, The Draft Network

Select: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Analysis: “The speedy Malik Nabers would be a great addition to an offense that is in dire need of playmakers.”

Select: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Analysis: “Nabers’ raw speed is still an underrated part of his game, but don’t be surprised to see a 40 time around 4.40 seconds or faster.”

Select: JJ McCarthy, QB, Michigan

Analysis: “Yes, despite his relatively light usage in the passing game in Ann Arbor — where he was surrounded by a huge supporting cast on both sides of the ball — his stock seems to continue to skyrocket. Why? Demeanor, punctuality, leadership, athleticism, high ceiling, good decision making. And he’s a winner (27-1 record with the Wolverines).”

Will Helms, Pro Football Network

Select: Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia

Analysis: “He played through injuries in 2023 and still had flashes of dominance. Even with Darren Waller on the roster, Bowers makes so much sense in New York.”

Cynthia Frelund, NFL Network

Select: Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

Analysis: “Odunze is my narrowest WR2. In fact, his contested catching ability, as well as his body control, rank in the top 20 percentile in a 10-season sample. I also can’t believe my drafts didn’t go with O-lineman here as well, as this is an area of ​​great need. That should tell you how much my ratings like Odunze.”

Select: Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame

Analysis: “Alt is a franchise cornerstone that will benefit the entire offense for a decade.”

Select: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Analysis: “Nabbers’ game is quite similar to that of former Bayou Bengal Odell Beckham Jr., so Giants fans should appreciate his durability, strong hands and premium route running.”

Select: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Analysis: “If the Giants are going to bring him back with Daniel Jones, they might as well give him a true No. 1 wide receiver for the first time in his career.” Nabers has the talent to give the G-Men an element they’ve been missing since Odell Beckham Jr.’s heyday.”

Marcus Mosher, 33rd A team

Select: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Analysis: “In almost any other draft class, Malik Naber would be the first receiver selected and a lock who would be a top-five pick. But because of Harrison Jr., he’s sliding to No. 6. It’s very reminiscent of when Julio Jones fell to No. 6 in the 2011 NFL Draft because AJ Green was the No. 4 pick by the Bengals.”

Tony Catalina, Pro Football Network

Select: Olumuyiwa Fashanu, OT, Penn State

Analysis: “The Giants could easily go and get Malik Nabers and add a true playmaker WR here to help Daniel Jones on the outside. Instead they take OT2 and add more help in the trenches. You can’t run the ball if you can’t defend, and the Giants understand that with the selection of Olu Fashanu in this 2024 NFL Draft.”

Jaime Eisner, The Draft Network

Select: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Analysis: “Nabers combines his big-play ability with the physicality needed in the Giants’ front office.”

Ben Standig, The Athletic

Select: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Analysis: “Nabers averaged 17.6 yards on 89 carries in his final season with the Tigers.”

Brad Spielberger, Pro Football Focus

Select: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Analysis: “The Giants aren’t trying to hide their potential interest in this quarterback class, but we’re going to cut through the noise there and have them take an elite wide receiver who will be touted as a WR1 in about 95 percent of the draft classes. The Giants needed a player with Nabers’ skills for nearly a decade.”

Select: Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Ohio State

Analysis: “The Giants may have interest at quarterback, but getting one of the top receivers to play alongside Darius Slayton and Jalin Hyatt would be a big win for Brian Daboll.” Whether Daniel Jones is the long-term answer or not, the Giants’ quarterback in 2025 will be set up very nicely.”

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