NY Giants fourth-round pick: Rutgers CB Max Melton
Deonte Banks and Cor'Dale Flott are both future starting corners for the Giants, but Adoree' Jackson is a free agent this offseason, and the rest of the room is filled with question marks who may not be a part of the long-term plans.
The Giants heavily scout New Jersey's only FBS team, which could lead them to Max Melton. The Mays Landing native sits at 6-0, 190 pounds, and has 97 tackles, six picks, one sack, and one touchdown in his college career. The Draft Network projects Melton, the brother of Packers wideout Bo Melton, as an adequate starter. The younger Melton has blazing speed and can play special teams, enhancing his value.
NY Giants fifth-round pick: Yale OT Kiran Amegadjie
We spend so much time talking about the Giants need for starting offensive linemen, but they also severely need quality backup offensive linemen too. The Giants backup offensive tackles are Matt Peart and Josh Ezeudu, so they will add more bodies this offseason.
Let's add a high-ceiling tackle who also happens to be a brainiac, Kiran Amegadjie. Amegadjie is a 6-5, 326-pounder currently playing for Yale and is one of the top FCS-eligible draft prospects. He also has the craved versatility, playing right guard and left tackle in college.
NY Giants sixth-round pick: Kansas State TE Ben Sinnott
Joe Schoen loves versatility, as does the offensive coaching staff. Ben Sinnott fits the bill and will be a guy they look deeply into this spring. Sinnott is a hybrid player who is a tight end, but also spends time as a fullback. New York doesn't currently employ a fullback but utilizes multiple tight ends and running back sets, which the Kansas State player would fit into.
He could be weapon-blocking in the play-action game and as a pusher on the tush push. Make no mistake: Sinnott, a 2022 all-Big 12 First-Team tight end, is more than just a hybrid player. The Iowa native has 820 receiving yards in his career, 358 of which have come in 2023. The 6-4, 245-pounder loves playing old-school nasty football. Sinnott can really block and would provide some insurance for an offensive line in New York that progressively worsens.