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

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1. WR Tyler Scott, Cincinnati

There may not be a more dynamic wide receiver threat in this year's draft than Tyler Scott. Not only is he extremely deadly in the open field, but he has tons of untapped potential as a kick/punt returner in the NFL. This doesn't come as much as a surprise though considering that Scott used to be a top running back prospect in high school.

Scott is incredibly underrated for the skill set he brings to the field. While he has some things to work on from a technique standpoint, the tools are there for Scott to be an incredible player in the league once he is drafted.

Last year at Cincinnati, Scott caught 55 passes for 904 yards and nine touchdowns, racking up 361 yards after the catch in the process. While Scott didn't gain much experience as a returner in college, he has all the traits to be a great player at the position as well.

In addition to all of the great stuff he does on the field, Scott is also an athletic freak, running a 4.44 40-yard dash, displaying a 39.5 vertical, and an 11'1 broad jump as well. If Scott is available to the Giants with their remaining third-round pick, Schoen should not hesitate to select him.

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