2. Penn State OT Olu Fashanu
The Giants need as much help as possible at their offensive tackle positions, with LT Andrew Thomas still recovering from a hamstring injury and RT Evan Neal underperforming in his sophomore season. The O-Line, in general, has not met expectations so far, leading to Jones being one of the most sacked quarterbacks in the league this season behind the Commanders' Sam Howell.
One of the Giants' biggest disappointments this season has been the 2022 No. 7 overall pick out of Alabama and his sluggish performance. After allowing one sack and committing three penalties, Neal has received a 42.5 overall grade thus far from Pro Football Focus.
The second-year tackle has upset many Giants fans due to his underperformance and even more recently after he directed negative comments at the Big Blue faithful. Many fans can agree that they've seen enough from Neal, and they want him gone following this season. With that being said, who will the G-Men turn to?
If you haven't heard of Olu Fashanu, you've been living under a rock. The senior out of Penn State is arguably the best offensive lineman in the 2024 NFL Draft class. Fashanu could have been a first-rounder in 2023 had he declared, but now, with even more development at the FBS level, there's no doubt if he's available, Schoen should take him.
The 6-6, 319-pounder is above the 50th percentile for NFL offensive linemen in height and weight. Fashanu has excellent size, balance, and a high football IQ, but excels the most in pass protection. According to Pro Football Focus, he is currently the highest-graded OL in pass protection this season with a 92.9 grade. We can expect Fashanu to land in the top five in this upcoming draft. However, any team would be lucky to welcome him to their roster next season.