7 underrated prospects the NY Giants could steal in the 2023 NFL Draft

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6. OG Andrew Vorhees, USC

Prior to the NFL Combine, Andrew Vorhees was considered to be a top-three guard in this year's draft class. However, a torn ACL has seemingly plummeted his draft stock. Despite this, the Giants should still heavily consider selecting Vorhees if he falls to the fourth or fifth round.

While he obviously won't play in his rookie season, Vorhees is talented enough to the point where the Giants could select him late and have it be worth the value despite the fact that he won't play until 2024.

Through 436 pass-blocking snaps last season, Vorhees allowed just 15 total pressures and two sacks while also being a great run blocker. Out of all the guards in this year's draft class not named O'Cyrus Torrence, who is the clear No. 1 at the position, Vorhees has by far and away the highest floor.

In addition to this skill, Vorhees has a heart and devotion to the game like no other, This was put on display when following the ACL tear he suffered at the Combine, Vorhees made his way to the bench press with crutches on and proceeded to rack up 38 reps, which ranked first among all Combine participants.