Ranking all 7 NY Giants draft picks from worst to best

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3. WR Jalin Hyatt

A third rounder in the third spot of the power rankings is pretty on the nose, but this is no slight to Jalin Hyatt's ability. Like most of this draft class, Hyatt's final year was his coming out party. He was the focal point of Tennessee's passing attack collecting 67 receptions for more than 1,200 yards and 15 touchdowns.

And let's not forget his five-touchdown explosion against Alabama. It's not often you get to call the Fred Biletnikoff Award winner a steal, but Hyatt falling to the Giants in the third round is a huge win for this team as a whole.

If it wasn't for the offseason the G-Men had prior to the draft, Hyatt could very well find himself as the best draft pick right out of the gate. He may very well end up being that, but the Giants were able to bring in other pass-catchers before Hyatt found himself in a Giants uniform.

The Darren Waller acquisition is a big reason Hyatt doesn't find himself higher on this list. He isn't going to be the No. 1 option for Jones, but don’t be surprised if he becomes exactly that down the road for this team.