3) Alijah Vera-Tucker
Perhaps the surest path to sustained success along the offensive line, and for the offense at large, is to continue building the offensive line through the NFL Draft.
Sitting at No. 11 overall, the NY Giants could have their pick of one of the best available wide receivers, cornerbacks, linebackers, or even offensive tackles.
While Oregon standout Penai Sewell will likely be a top-five selection, another PAC-12 tackle could be on the NY Giants’ radar in the first-round or perhaps at the top of the second; USC’s Alijah Vera-Tucker.
Vera-Tucker, 6-foot-4 and 315 pounds, has the versatility of playing tackle or guard, which could make him even more valuable to the Giants. Last season, Vera-Tucker only allowed four sacks and six total pressures, according to PFF.
Consistency is the name of Vera-Tucker’s game, and what just might make him an ideal fit for the Giants with one of their first two picks in the draft.