Giants News: 3 potential first-round WRs will be in East Rutherford this week

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It's getting hard to keep track of all the players who are heading to East Rutherford for their pre-draft visits. This week alone, though, the NY Giants and Joe Schoen are going to be incredibly busy meeting with top prospects who could end up hearing their names called in the first round.

Several different positions are on the table for the Giants, but the visits this week could indicate that Schoen has a wideout on his mind. In the coming days, receivers Zay Flowers, Jordan Addison and Jalin Hyatt will all be in town to meet with the front office. Goodness.

Jordan Addison is the latest WR to finalize his Giants visit

That's a whole lot of talent who Schoen and head man Brian Daboll will be meeting with. While the buzz continues to grow that the Patriots could end up taking Flowers at No. 14 overall, things aren't finalized just yet. Flowers could be on the board at No. 25. The same can be said for Addison.

The main issue is that plenty of teams ahead of NY are still in need of a WR1 for the future. The list includes the Patriots, Chargers and Vikings. The Ravens may look to take a wideout in the second or third round now that they've inked Odell Beckham Jr. to his new deal worth up to $18 million.

With Hyatt, he could be a late first-round pick, or potentially fall to the second round. Regardless, people are high on his potential, as no one has stopped talking about his incredible performance vs. the Alabama Crimson tide this past fall.

All in all, there's going to be a lot of great options for the Giants when they're on the clock in the first round. There's a good chance either Flowers, Addison or Hyatt could be making their way to East Rutherfood sooner than later, but to call it home and not just for a visit.

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