3 positions where the Giants could double dip in the NFL Draft

The Giants need to keep adding talent and depth to multiple positions in the NFL Draft
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The NY Giants have done a solid job adding talent to the roster, but there's a lot more work for them to do this offseason. There is so much talent coming out of the NFL Draft this year and Joe Schoen is going to be ready to add key pieces on both sides of the ball.

If Schoen doesn't see value with the No. 6 overall pick, he could potentially trade back, add more draft capital and use it to add multiple players at a given position instead. Should NY attack the same spot more than once in late April, we think these three would make the most sense:

3. Wide receiver

The Giants have been without a No. 1 wide receiver for the longest time. They have some really good complimentary pieces, but they need to have their playmaker that can consistently win against a defense and give whoever is at quarterback a reliable target. The Top 4 picks in the draft will more than likely be all quarterbacks. Depending on how things shape out, Schoen could have his pick between Rome Odunze and Malik Nabers.

Landing Odunze or Nabers would be awesome, as one of them would join Wan'Dale Robinson, Jalin Hyatt, Darius Slayton and more. However, what if Schoen were to trade back, gain an extra pick or two this year, and instead of getting Odunze/Nabers, he was able to bring in Brian Thomas Jr. later in the first and someone like Brendan Rice or Roman Wilson in the third round?

Adding Thomas and Wilson to a core of Hyatt, Robinson, and Slayton could be huge. The Giants signed Isaiah McKenzie this offseason and they were also able to get things done with Isaiah Hodgins, a 2022 postseason hero. If Schoen ends up sticking with Daniel Jones as his starting QB for the long haul, then injecting young talent for him at receiver will be a wise move from him.