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

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3. WR Bryce Ford-Wheaton, West Virginia

Similar to Turner, West Virginia WR Bryce Ford-Wheaton had a dominant showing at this year's Combine and rose up the draft board because of it. However, unlike Turner, Wheaton is a rather raw prospect who still has room to grow.

The size (6-4, 221 pounds) and athleticism Wheaton possesses are incredibly rare to find in a wide receiver. It's not every day that you see a 6-4 receiver run a 4.38 40-yard dash, display a 41-inch vertical and 10'9 broad jump.

However, while Wheaton may be an incredibly athletic prospect, he has a lot to work on as an overall receiver. For starters, Wheaton has a ton of work to do in terms of his overall footwork off the line of scrimmage, especially in press-man coverage.

Despite this, Wheaton will enter the league as an incredibly fun-to-watch deep threat and 50/50 ball type of player. This sort of threat is something the Giants could really use on offense. Adding a player like this, who still has room to grow as an overall threat, could be what takes the Giants over the top in a couple of years.