NFL Draft 2021: Ranking NY Giants three biggest draft needs

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Rondale Moore #4 of the Purdue Boilermakers Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images)
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Mid-round Receiver options in the 2021 NFL Draft.

If the NY Giants want to wait until Day 2 of the draft to nab a receiver, it makes sense.

Day 2 has become the sweet spot for receivers coming in and taking over the league in recent years. Players such as Terrence Marshall from LSU, Chris Olave from Ohio State, Purdue’s Rondale Moore, Rashod Bateman from Minnesota, or Justyn Ross from Clemson if he declares.

Other names include Amon-Ra St. Brown from USC, Dazz Newsome (UNC), and Florida’s Kadarius Toney. No matter what the NY Giants do, they must come out out of this draft with a minimum of two more wide receivers. The team made a head-scratching decision last Draft to not take a wide receiver in a historically strong receiver class.

The team can’t make the same mistake two years in a row. They have completely failed at adequately replacing Odell Beckham’s talent and production at the position. Adding two new options through the draft will revamp the group and hopefully instill fresh legs and youthful enthusiasm to the offense.

GMEN HQ’s Early 2021 Draft Mid-Rounds Wide Receiver Rankings


Rondale Moore Wide Receiver

Purdue Boilermakers
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Rashod Bateman Wide Receiver

Minnesota Golden Gophers Football
Minnesota Golden Gophers Football /

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Terrace Marshall Jr. Wide Receiver

LSU Tigers
LSU Tigers /

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Chris Olave Wide Receiver

Ohio State Buckeyes
Ohio State Buckeyes /

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Kadarius Toney Wide Receiver

Florida Gators
Florida Gators /

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