10. WR Breshad Perriman
A former first-round draft pick that just oozes potential, Breshad Perriman is a player that fills a very specific need for the NY Giants. While the Big Blue offensive weaponry core is solid as a whole, it’s currently lacking a big wideout that can win on the outside.
Although he’s been slow to acclimate to the NFL game, Breshad Perriman fits that bill in spades. Standing 6’2, weighing in at 215 pounds and possessing a 4.35 40 time, Perriman is the embodiment of your present-day NFL wide receiver.
Currently, the NY Giants don’t have a wideout over 6’1 – and that’s being generous- under contract for 2019. Coming off his best season in 2019 with the Bucs, Perriman finally realized his first-round potential with Tampa. Although he started just four games for Tampa (playing in 14 overall), the former Maryland product racked up 645 receiving yards and 6 touchdowns on a robust 17.9 yards-per-carry average.
His potential value on the open market is up in the air, but a team like the NY Giants should have no problem doling out mid-tier receiver money to the still young pass catcher. If he can have the type of success he did wish Jamies Winston, just imagine what he could do with Daniel Jones.
Chance it happens: Low
What could it cost: 3 years/$21M