Best players remaining for the NY Giants after NFL Draft Day 1

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2. Wake Forrest WR A.T. Perry

If the NY Giants decide to go another route with their Round 2 selection, a very good option for them at WR in the third round is A.T. Perry out of Wake Forest. Similar to the aforementioned Mingo, Perry is a big-body outside guy who could bring tons of consistency to the Giants' receiving core.

Perry's 6-3, 198-pound frame, coupled with his 4.47 speed, would make him a deadly threat for the Giants. He may not be a very explosive athlete, but Perry projects to be a rather consistent threat that would fit in most offenses, including the Giants.

Through 13 games last season, Perry caught 81 passes for 1,100 yards and 11 touchdowns, averaging 13.6 yards per reception. While these are some pretty ridiculous numbers, his lack of elite technique is what's holding him back from being more than a third-round pick. However, these are things that can be worked on, and considering how good he was without it, we can only imagine how productive Perry could be if he fixed his footwork.

New York is in prime position to draft a very productive receiver come Day 2. While they may not be as exciting as Jaxon Smith-Njigba or Zay Flowers, these guys are special talents in their own rights and would serve the Giants well if drafted.