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.

New York Giants offensive line
New York Giants offensive line / Brandon Sloter/GettyImages
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Three undrafted free agents who could make sense for the New York Giants

The following three players are prospects who carry an undrafted free agent grade, according to NFL Mock Draft Database that would be good fits in New York.

Blake Watson, RB, Memphis

If the Giants lose Saquon Barkley in free agency it will create a major void at the running back position in New York. No other running back on the team averaged at least three yards per carry or had more than 17 receptions on the season. While I can’t see Watson being a feature back by any stretch in the NFL as a rookie he is a multi-dimensional player who hits the hole quickly as a runner and shows soft hands in the passing game.

McKade Mettauer, OG, Oklahoma

In this mock draft, the Giants used two of their draft picks on offensive linemen, and even if they do the same thing come April look for them to sign at least a couple of undrafted free agent offensive linemen as well. Mettauer is a smart player who consistently blocks through the whistle.

Dillon Gabriel, Andrew Raym, Mckade Mettauer, Anton Harrison
McKade Mettauer / Brian Bahr/GettyImages

Will Reichard, K, Alabama

The Giants ran through three kickers last season, and their starter at the end of the season Graham Gano only connected on 65% of his kicks. Due to this inconsistency look for the Giants to either draft a kicker late in the draft or bring one in as an undrafted free agent. Will Reichard is the NCAA's career point leader and converted on 88% of his kicks last year.

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