3. To draft a QB, or not to draft a QB
One of the biggest conversations surrounding the Giants this draft cycle is whether or not they are going to draft a QB with the No. 6 overall pick. While there are certainly some incredible QB prospects in this year's class, this does not mean they will all be available.
For example, Caleb Williams and Drake Maye are two potentially generational prospects, which means it would take a miracle for them to fall to six - it's not going to happen. This leaves the Giants with guys like Jayden Daniels, who may be gone before No. 6 as well, Michael Penix Jr., and Bo Nix.
With all due respect to Penix and Nix, if the Giants take them in the first round, we won't be the happiest. So, this leaves them with the potential of trading up with Chicago to get the first pick to take Williams, or perhaps even taking someone in the second round.
You never know how the draft will unfold, and with the potential of Penix, or a young stud like J.J. McCarthy falling that far, Schoen could be tempted to gamble on either of them with one of their two second-round picks. Regardless, we wouldn't be surprised if Schoen opted to take a QB at some point in the draft to potentially be the future of the Giants and take over for Danny Dimes.