NY Giants Mock Draft: QB of the future falls to the G-Men at No. 6 overall

The Giants are primed to land a quarterback in the 2024 NFL Draft

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NY Giants second round pick: Oklahoma OT Tyler Guyton

In the last mock draft we did, the offensive line was addressed in the second round. Nothing changes in this one as well, as the Giants take Tyler Guyton from Oklahoma with the first of two second-round picks. Guyton impressed during the Senior Bowl drills going one-on-one against defenders and looked very polished as a pending pro ready to make the leap from college to the NFL.

Guyton also doesn’t need to learn another position like when the Giants drafted Evan Neal and had him move over from left tackle to right tackle. Guyton played at Oklahoma as their right tackle, so if they took him, the move is an easy one and Guyton can be the right tackle of the present and future. At 6-7 and 328 pounds, Guyton is a massive human being who should help a struggling offensive line that desperately needs improvement and a player like Guyton taking over at right tackle.

NY Giants second round pick: Kansas State OG Cooper Beebe

The Giants already used one second round pick for the offensive line. In this mock draft, they will use a second one and take Kansas State guard Cooper Beebe. The Giants guard play in 2023 wasn’t very strong, and with two open spots heading into the 2024 season, Beebe could easily pencil himself in for one of those spots.

Beebe is big, strong, physical and mean - everything you want for an incoming offensive lineman and especially at guard. The Giants need someone like Beebe lining up next to John Michael Schmitz, whose play at times in 2023 took a back step when the guards struggled too.

Beebe played all over the line during his time as Kansas State, but his experience and excellence playing at either guard position will really help him when he enters the league. Beebe is also a very large guard at 6-4 and 322 pounds, so whomever is lining up in the backfield for the Giants will like to see having Beebe’s massive frame standing in front of them and paving the way in 2024.