Round 3, pick No. 66: Anthony Schwartz, WR, Auburn
With or without Lawrence at quarterback, the Giants desperately need a playmaker on the outside opposite Darius Slayton, which is exactly what Anthony Schwartz has the potential to be.
One of the fastest players in college football, Slayton and Schwartz would form quite the duo.
Schwartz is averaging 9.4 yards per reception this season, but is two years removed from a 16.2 yards per catch freshman campaign and has caught four career touchdowns.
If the Giants land Schwartz, and Lawrence, the offense has the chance to really stretch the field next season, which would also keep teams from stacking the box against Saquon Barkley giving New York the ability to finally orchestrate a balanced offensive attack.
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