The New York Giants are any and all choices at broad receiver this offseason. There are a number of free brokers they are going to be courting and they’re going to undoubtedly be including extra come subsequent month’s NFL draft.
Some suppose the Giants may need to commerce up within the first spherical to nab one of many high wideouts on this yr’s class. That’s precisely what Draft Wire’s Luke Easterling has them doing in his newest mock draft.
Easterling has the Giants shifting up from 25 to twenty by way of a trip with the Seattle Seahawks to pick TCU’s Quentin Johnston.
After watching the Chiefs bounce up for a receiver, the Giants make an analogous transfer, because of their determined want for a real No. 1 goal for the newly-extended Daniel Jones. In return for his or her third-round comp decide, the Giants land an enormous, athletic goal in Johnston, who has essentially the most upside of any pass-catcher within the draft.
This might be a coup for the Giants. The 6-foot-3, 208-pound Johnston didn’t run the 40 at this yr’s NFL Mix however did log in a 40.5-inch vertical and an 11’2″ broad bounce.
If the Giants add a veteran wideout this offseason (Odell Beckham Jr.?) as anticipated, Johnston would complement that transfer properly and don’t overlook, the Giants nonetheless have Wan’Dale Robinson, Isaiah Hodgins and Sterling Shepard.
Word: the third-round comp decide the Giants would give up is the one they acquired from Kansas Metropolis within the Kadarius Toney commerce.