1.Georgia CB Kelee Ringo
This list wasn’t going to only be for guys on offense, as we’ve saved a star cornerback for last. If you don’t know about Georgia cornerback Kelee Ringo, then you’ll surely find out plenty about him over the next week or so at the NFL Combine. Ringo is a 6-2, 210-pounder who can fly all over the field to make plays.
With his size and leaping ability, he’s also able to knock down balls high in the sky and out-battle big-bodied receivers. Those are the kind of attributes you look for in a lockdown cornerback. Ringo posted 37 solo tackles last season, plus two interceptions and seven pass deflections. There’s surprisingly been a little bit of doubt about his game ahead of the Combine.
However, the Georgia defender will look to silence all of that doubt in Indy. In several Mock Drafts, the Giants end up taking Ringo in the first round. As bad as this team needs help at receiver, the secondary, especially CB, needs help. That’s where Ringo could step in.
One thing to consider too here is that there’s a chance that all of Schoen’s top offensive targets will be gone by the No. 26 overall selection. There are other teams looking for WRs and interior offensive lineman as well. This could potentially open the door for Ringo to make his way to East Rutherford later this year.