ESPN has NY Giants landing WR1 of the future in early 2024 NFL Mock Draft

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Let us start by saying that all the offensive additions for the NY Giants this offseason has been awesome to see. The passing game is going to be totally different in 2023, and in a good way. However, it's still clear that Brian Daboll and Mike Kafka are missing a true WR1.

Could a star from the Pacific Northwest end up fixing that problem come next April? This week, ESPN's Jordan Reid dropped his 2024 NFL Mock Draft and he thinks the Giants could end up landing the University of Washington's Rome Odunze with the No. 15 overall pick. Would you like to see this happen, Big Blue nation?

Washington's Rome Odunze has huge expectations for the 2023 season

"Scouts are excited about Odunze. At 6-foot-3 and 200 pounds, he's sure-handed and has experience with every branch of the route tree. He is the top option in what's expected to be among the most explosive offenses in the country this upcoming season, so he will have plenty of opportunities to prove that he's a first-round-worthy prospect. "

Jordan Reid

Last season for the Huskies, Odunze hauled in 75 balls for 1,145 yards and seven touchdowns. The good news for him and UW is that star quarterback Michael Penix Jr. is back in Seattle for one more season with the Pac-12 powerhouse.

This means that the UW offense is expected to be potent once again in 2023, with Odunze expected to put up even more big numbers for the squad. With his 6-3, 200-pound size, Odunze has a great body for a college speedster.

Imagine how much better he'll be once he gets to the pros and works with an NFL trainer. If he does make his way to MetLife Stadium, then he could prove to be a big-time target for Danny Dimes in the future. Next spring, we'll see if Reid is right with his prediction. Odunze will be a guy for Giants fans to keep an eye on once September rolls around.

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