2. UGA RB Kenny McIntosh
Based on the success that both quarterback Daniel Jones and running back Saquon Barkley have had this season, it appears that the Giants may look to bring them both back next campaign. But depth, specifically at the running back position, could still be needed. Georgia’s Kenny McIntosh could be just that.
McIntosh has quickly proven to be one of the most dynamic ball carriers in college football. And he has played a massive role in the success of the Georgia offense.
After arriving on campus in 2019, McIntosh quickly made his presence felt for the offensive unit. Over his first three seasons, he recorded 753 rushing yards and six touchdowns on 130 total carries. Through the air, he added 356 receiving yards and two touchdowns on 33 total receptions.
This season, in his biggest offensive role, McIntosh has reached career highs across the board. With 141 total carries, he recorded 779 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns. He also proved to be an elite option in the passing game, recording 42 receptions for 506 receiving yards and two touchdowns.
McIntosh could be a solid addition to the Giants backfield. With Barkley leading the unit, and McIntosh serving as the RB2, this offense could give opposing defenses problems from start to finish.