Should the Giants Target a QB Early in NFL Draft?

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Jan 25, 2014; Mobile, AL, USA; South squad quarterback Derek Carr of Fresno State (4) walks off the field after throwing a touchdown pass to South squad tight end Crockett Gilmore of Colorado State (not pictured) against the North squad during the first quarter at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

Derek Carr

Derek Carr is one of the best signal callers in the draft, he has a huge arm, is accurate, and is one of the most mature prospects to come out for the draft.

Coming from Fresno State, he was a product of a system that was one of the best passing attacks in nation. Throwing for over 5000 yards, his decision making is shown off by his gaudy 50 touchdowns to 8 interceptions ratio. He has the NFL pedigree that teams like, with his brother being drafted #1 overall to the Texans, but make no comparison, they are two completely different players.

He had an elite college receiver in Davante Adams at Fresno state, and on the Giants he would come to a team with receivers like Victor Cruz and Rueben Randle ready to help carry the load for him.

There are questions surrounding him about his ability to hold up with defensive pressure, so if he falls to #12 and the Giants do decide to pick him, then it would be imperative to solidify the offensive line in the next two years.

You can find his highlight Here.

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