The New York Giants invested their top pick in the 2020 NFL Draft on protecting quarterback Daniel Jones.
This time, they invest in getting him a weapon.
Ja’Marr Chase can work his way open at every level of the field, and he has just as much big-play ability as he does finesse. As good as the receivers have been coming out in the past couple of years, Chase is quite possibly the best of them all if you were to put him up against the last three rookie classes.
He has size, speed, strong hands, and with an average of 21.2 yards per catch and 20 touchdowns last season, how could it get much better?
The only reason Chase is in college football in 2020 is because he has to be. He probably would have been the WR1 in a loaded 2020 class, and he will likely be the WR1 in a loaded 2021 class.