3. TCU OG/C Steve Avila
Over his three seasons taking the field for TCU, Steve Avila found success at both guard and center. With his versatility and success in each spot, he could be the ideal candidate to join this Giants offensive front.
In both 2020 and 2021, Avila was TCU's starting center. In each of these two campaigns, he looked reliable leading the offensive front. In total, he appeared in 21 games over this stretch. While recording 1,256 offensive snaps, he allowed just four sacks, two quarterback hurries, and 17 quarterback hurries.
This past season, Avila moved to left guard. As TCU made a run to the National Championship game, he played a key role on the offensive front. Over 1,020 offensive snaps, with 540 of them coming on passing downs, he allowed zero sacks, two quarterback hits, and nine total quarterback hurries.
With significant time spent at both guard and center and strong showings in both positions, Avila could make an instant impact for the NY offense. Through the experience that he would bring, the Giants would add a versatile option for the trenches. He'll be a guy to watch in the draft.