NFL Draft: Prospects who should tumble down New York Giants’ board
By Zak Musso
The NFL Draft begins in just under a month, and it has the chance to be transformative for the New York Giants.
This year’s draft might just be the most important day for the New York Giants since their Super Bowl XLVI win over the New England Patriots 10 years ago.
The 2022 NFL Draft is a pressure point for the Giants franchise – succeed in the draft and turn the franchise around, or fail and allow the downward spiral to continue.
In order to turn the franchise around, it is pivotal the New York Giants to hit on draft picks, something that had been a mighty struggle for the team under previous general manger, Dave Gettleman’s regime.
It is crucial that new general manager, Joe Schoen, and head coach, Brian Daboll, produce draft picks who prove worthy of receiving second contracts from the team, something that has only happened twice in the last seven draft classes (wide receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Sterling Shepard).
While there are certainly prospects in this year’s draft class that would be invaluable in helping Schoen and crew turn the struggling franchise around, there are also prospects the Giants most certainly should avoid.