4. CB Adoree' Jackson
In only a couple of years with the Giants, Adoree' Jackson has proven himself to be a stable piece to a position that has lacked consistency for years. Giants and cornerbacks have not mixed well and it looks like Jackson is starting to turn the tide in a positive way for the position.
He only played in 10 games last year, but the impact was there. Jackson tallied 51 total tackles and seven passes defended in the games he played. These aren’t numbers that will reset the cornerback market, but there is a sense of security when he's out there.
With Jackson, it'll come down to how much faith the front office and coaching staff have in the young guys. Jackson isn't old (27 years old) by any means, but if first-round pick Deonte Banks shows he can play at an elite level and there are signs of growth from Cor'Dale Flott and others in 2023, Jackson may not be high on the priority list of names to bring back.