NY Giants: 2020 NFL draft first round targets

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3. Jedrick Wills Jr. OT Alabama

Wills is someone who has recently gotten himself into my OT1 slot. Arguably the most dominant run-blocker in the draft, Jedrick Wills Jr. brings pure strength to an offensive line that has been looking to get meaner. Wills should also be capable of playing at either tackle spot effectively.

While he’s not the quickest tackle in the class, his mean streak, physicality, and raw power are enticing. Power rushers should struggle mightily when trying to take on Wills, but I’d expect speed/finesse guys to find more consistent success.

Saquon Barkley would be licking his lips to get a chance to run behind a guy like Willis Jr., as the run blocking up front for the NY Giants this year was lackluster at best.