5 stud WRs the Giants can target for Daniel Jones after his mega-deal
By Zak Musso
2. WR Quentin Johnston
Many draft anaylsts have Quentin Johnston as WR1 in the upcoming draft, so the Giants may need to move up if they want to snag him. The TCU standout is a big wideout, standing at 6-4, 215 pounds. Don’t let his big frame fool you, as Johnston has some serious speed. This was on full display in TCU’s stunning win over Michigan in the College Football Playoff.
Johnston had 487 yards in 2020, and 612 yards in 2021, but broke out in 2022, hauling in 60 Max Duggan passes for 1,069 yards and six touchdowns. Johnston has excellent speed, power, contested catch skills, and the ability to get yards after the catch. The TCU product is the complete package.
At the NFL Combine he mentioned he would like to play in blue, and boy would we like to have him. Schoen reportedly had a good meeting with him as well. Again, Johnston may be off the board by the time NY is up at No. 25 overall. However, if the Giants front office is that high on him, then they should make landing him on draft night a top priority.