4 bargain free agents the NY Giants can still sign leading up to the draft

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3. CB Tre Flowers

Tre Flowers is a 6-3, 200-pound cornerback with 4.45 40-yard dash speed. The Oklahoma State product is still looking for a new home, and East Rutherford could surely be a good fit for him. The Giants need to make improvements for the cornerbacks room.

If the G-Men don't go with a wide receiver in the first round of the NFL Draft, the large expectation is that Schoen will target a defensive back. From our chair, a cornerback like Deonte Banks or Emmanuel Forbes would make a ton of sense. However, a veteran would still be needed to show him the ropes. Adoree' Jackson is the CB1, but depth is still an issue. Enter Flowers.

In 2022, Flowers finished with 27 total tackles, the fewest of his career, plus three pass deflections and one interception. Similar to Landry, Flowers would be an affordable option for Schoen and Co. No one can deny that the secondary as a whole has been a mess for NY in recent years. Depth remains an issue. Flowers wouldn't be the CB1, but he would also bring in strong competition for the unit.