NY Giants third-round pick: Oregon WR Troy Franklin
Williams would love a shiny new target. Troy Franklin, who plays for one of Williams' rivals, would be the perfect selection. The 6-3, 187-pounder will likely get picked on one of the draft's first two nights - he's a big-time talent.
Franklin has elite size and speed. The California native has caught 137 passes for 2,046 and 21 touchdowns across three seasons in Oregon. Franklin averages 14.9 yards per catch as a Duck, providing a downfield threat, something New York will surely look to add in the spring.
Look at that shifty move to juke the defender. Franklin is the complete package.
NY Giants fourth-round pick: Ohio State RB TreVeyon Henderson
Saquon Barkley is a free agent at season's end. New York could be looking for his replacement in April's draft, but if he does come back, they could also be looking for his backup as Matt Breida hits free agency.
TreVeyon Henderson is a bruising back who can take any touch to the house. There is a little Barkley in his game. Henderson has 2,404 yards and 28 touchdowns across 2.5 seasons in Columbus. He averages 6.3 yards per carry, which is fantastic.
He can run, but he can also catch passes. That kind of versatility is something Brian Daboll craves.