New York Giants
If the New York Giants land in this range of the 2021 NFL Draft, there could be some major changes coming from the top. But with a young quarterback entering his second season, there’s no doubt there could be more growing pains and more work to be done.
Especially with a first-year head coach, the Giants shouldn’t be expected to be an overnight success story in 2020.
As many positive changes as the Giants have made in recent years and as well as Daniel Jones played as a rookie, this team lacks at the wide receiver position which is no surprise because they are just one year removed from trading Odell Beckham Jr.
How about another LSU wide receiver to take the WR1 job in New York?
Daniel Jones is going to need a consistent, reliable target at receiver, and Ja’Marr Chase is the top overall prospect at that position in the 2021 NFL Draft class.
He averaged over 21 yards per reception last season and caught 20 touchdown passes from Joe Burrow.