1. Alabama OL JC Latham
A more realistic option for the Giants at offensive tackle that may fall to when they pick is JC Latham out of Alabama, who is projected as the third-best lineman in the 2024 class behind Fashanu and Notre Dame's Joe Alt. Latham has been the starting right tackle for Crimson Tide for the last two seasons and has so far put together his best season this year.
With the Giants currently occupying the No. 10 overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft, many experts believe Latham would be the perfect fit for New York. Big Blue could always look at this as an opportunity to replace a former product of Nick Saban in Neal.
Against Ole Miss, Latham did not allow a quarterback pressure to Jalen Milroe in 31 pass-block snaps. The 6-6, 360-pounder has only allowed one sack in four games and has only missed three assignments in 259 snaps, but has cleared the way for both of Alabama's running backs to have 100-yard performances this season.
Depending on their pick, I wouldn't be surprised if the Giants pursue Fashanu or Latham in this upcoming draft. These are great long-term options for Schoen to make for the franchise's future. The offensive line has been a nightmare in '23, but major help could be on the way for the '24 campaign.