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

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1. Florida OG O'Cyrus Torrence

Now, this may be a bit of a stretch, but with Schoen hinting that the NY Giants may not be done trading up, it wouldn't surprise us to see New York move up the board to take one of the best interior offensive linemen from this year's draft class.

The gap between O'Cyrus Torrence, and the next-best guard from this year's draft is quite massive. Missing out on this talent may not be an ideal scenario for the Giants to be in, especially given the state of their interior offensive line. Josh Ezeudu may have potential, but New York can always shift him around or even move on from Mark Glowinski in order to make room for Torrence.

In 355 pass-blocking snaps, Torrence has allowed just eight pressures while also being an absolute mauler in the run game. Torrence uses his massive frame and hands to make life a living nightmare for any opposing defender that gets in his way.

If Schoen can manage to move up the board without sacrificing too many picks to draft Torrence, the Giants very well could add yet another young offensive lineman with incredible amounts of potential to a core that already features Andrew Thomas and Evan Neal. Let's see if Schoen makes this happen.

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