1. Georgia CB Kelee Ringo
There’s no question that Georgia cornerback Kelee Ringo will be a name to watch once late April comes around. Ringo, who just helped the Bulldogs win another National Championship, is the real deal. A Tacoma, Wash., native, he balled out in the SEC and several mock drafts have him going in the first round.
Not only that, but those same mocks have the NY Giants taking him when they’re on the clock. Ringo checks a lot of boxes for the Giants. This team needs a young talent to come in and make an immediate impact for the secondary. At 6-2, 210 pounds, Ringo has impressive size and speed. He’s got great defensive abilities.
While he obviously wouldn’t be perfect in his rookie year, who better to help him grow as a player than defensive coordinator Wink Martindale? Ringo is a true playmaker and if he’s still available when it’s time for Schoen to send his pick in, then we very well could see him end up donning a Big Blue jersey next fall.