5 first-round targets for the NY Giants not named Caleb Williams or Drake Maye

Could the Giants prioritize different positions outside of QB next spring?

Minnesota v Ohio State
Minnesota v Ohio State / Jason Mowry/GettyImages
facebooktwitterreddit
Prev
2 of 5
Next

4. OT Olumuyiwa Fashanu, Penn State

The lack of progression through two seasons from Evan Neal has been very concerning to watch unfold. It may be worth giving Neal another chance to prove he can be a starting-caliber tackle. However, we would totally understand if the Giants don't want to keep giving him more opportunities to fail and hurt the team.

If Schoen opts to give up on his former No. 7 overall pick, then taking Olumuyiwa Fashanu may be the right move depending on how the board falls. Fashanu has consistently been one of the best tackles in college football and it could be worth trying to switch him over to right tackle in order to bolster a struggling offensive line.

Through 354 pass-blocking snaps this season, Fashanu has allowed 10 pressures and zero sacks, earning a PFF pass-blocking grade of 88.8. Fashanu is an incredible athlete, being fluid both in getting out of his stance and as a run blocker. This, alongside his elite hand strength and placement, makes him one of, if not the best tackle prospects in the entire draft.