New York Giants address offensive line, find a developmental quarterback in 7-round mock draft

In this 7-round mock draft the New York Giants take several difference makers on the offensive side of the ball.

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New York Giants offensive line / Brandon Sloter/GettyImages
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Round 3 Pick 70: Spencer Rattler, QB, South Carolina

New York would love to find a surefire franchise quarterback in the 2024 NFL Draft, but that is unlikely to happen unless they give up multiple future first-round picks. The team is also stuck with Daniel Jones and his 40 million cap hit next year. The team did give Tommy DeVito some reps last year, but he is not even close to a starting-caliber quarterback.

Spencer Rattler
Spencer Rattler might be the Giants quarterback of the future / Jacob Kupferman/GettyImages

Since the team is stuck with Jones, and has no true developmental quarterback on their roster look for the team to try and add a single caller in the third or fourth round. Spencer Rattler has all the tools to develop into a starting quarterback including a strong arm, mobility, and good accuercey when he sets his feet. If he can sit behind Jones for a year or two he should be able to improve his decision making and overall footwork.

Round 4 Pick 108: Christian Mahogany, OG, Boston College

The New York Giants address the offensive line for the second time in the 2024 NFL Draft after taking Joe Alt in the first round. This time the Giants add an offensive guard who can hopefully fill the right guard spot next season.

"He’s not necessarily a guy who’s giving a bunch of rah rah speeches, although he’s more than capable of standing up in front of the room. I just think he’s one that leads through action and really leads through his play. I think he has a really definitive style in his play, and he’s very physical and violent in his play."

BC OL coach Matt Applebaum on Mahogany

Boston College’s Christian Mahogany is a big strong offensive guard who was one of the main reasons Boston College finished second in the ACC in rushing yards per game. In addition to his 6-foot-3 322 pound size and ability to knock defenders off the ball he also shows the ability to block in space.