NY Giants fourth-round pick: WR Jalen McMillan, Washington
Parris Campbell Jr. and Sterling Shepard likely won't be on the Giants roster next year. With 2024 expected to be a deep wide receiver class, it would make sense for the Giants to target two of the class's best prospects early in the draft.
Jalen McMillan, a 6-1, 192-pound speedster, has already hauled in 311 yards and three touchdowns in 2023. In 2022, McMillan had 1,098 yards and nine touchdowns. The Washington Husky averages 13.6 yards per catch and is a big play ready to happen. McMillan could end up being a first-round pick, so getting him in Round 4 would be great value. Schoen found great wide receiver value in 2023 by drafting Jalin Hyatt in Round 3.
NY Giants fifth-round pick: OT Reuben Fatheree II, Texas A&M
Andrew Thomas is cemented as New York's left tackle of the future, but it remains to be seen if Evan Neal is New York's right tackle. If Schoen doesn't know the answer to that question by the end of the year, he will bring in competition this spring.
Reuben Fatheree II is a 6-8, 305-pound athletic freak who was a consensus four-star recruit and multi-sport high school star (basketball and football). In 2022, Fatheree II started at right tackle and received a 77.5 pass-blocking grade from PFF, one of the 10 best in the SEC.