If the New York Giants were able to have these draft results, they would have to be satisfied with them. These draft results would net them a franchise offensive tackle in Tristan Wirfs, two solid pass-rushing options in Yetur Gross-Matos and Curtis Weaver, a freakish athlete who represents a mismatch and red-zone target in Chase Claypool, a playmaking cover linebacker in Troy Dye, a starting center in Nick Harris, backup offensive guard depth in Kindley, a hard-hitting run-stopping linebacker and special teams player in Shaquille Quarterman, safety and special teams depth in Tanner Muse and David Dowell, and a legit home run hitting kick returner in Joe Reed.
These draft results, coupled with the free-agent acquisitions and the players that the Giants have returning from last season, leaves the team in a much better spot than they were coming into the offseason. Their draft and free agency dealing would leave them with no glaring holes on their roster.
With financial flexibility in the future do to the front loading of the free-agent signings this offseason and the fact that the Giants do not have any longterm contracts currently, the team should be poised to make a run at big-name free agents in the future while continuing to stockpile in the draft. If the GMEN play their cards right, they could be Super Bowl contenders for years to come.