New York Giants: Top 10 Players They Should’ve Drafted

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Dec 6, 2014; Norman, OK, USA; Oklahoma Sooners tight end Blake Bell (10) runs for a first down after a catch against the Oklahoma State Cowboys during the second quarter at Gaylord Family – Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports

9. Oklahoma TE, Blake Bell

Remember this guy? He goes by the name “Belldozer.” Once a quarterback at the college ranks, Blake Bell decided to take his talents to the tight end position where he played pretty well for someone with little experience. Good enough to earn himself a 4th round slot to the San Francisco 49ers.

The Giants didn’t own a 4th round pick due to their trade with Tennessee to acquire the 1st-pick in the 2nd round, but I think a trade to get back into the 4th would’ve made a ton of sense for a guy like Bell. He’s a typical project, but the pass-catching and run blocking ability is clearly there.

Why could the Giants have used Bell? While Larry Donnell really emerged as the Giants signature tight end option, he really struggled with ball security and as a blocker. He would’ve added much-needed depth to the position that lacks exactly that at the moment.

Next: 8. Minnesota RB, David Cobb