5 Bold predictions for the NY Giants in the 2023 NFL Draft

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3. The Giants select two or more receivers in the draft

It's pretty clear at this point that the Giants are going to select at least one receiver within the first three rounds of this year's draft. However, we think there's a pretty good chance that New York takes not one, but two, or even three wideouts throughout the draft.

The odds of this happening could increase even more depending on who New York opts to draft. If the Giants opt to select a smaller receiver like Zay Flowers or Tyler Scott, we could see a bigger guy like Rashee Rice or Bryce Ford-Wheaton be selected later in the draft and visa-versa.

Adding versatility to this receiving core that is lacking in dynamic play could help turn this offense from middle of the pack to elite in just one offseason. This year's draft class is incredibly deep with receiver prospects who could become stars and the Giants very well could do no wrong with who they select.

Who knows when Schoen plans on taking a receiver or the kind of build they are looking for. However, with how injury-prone certain members of the Giants' receiving core is, it makes a lot of sense to select more than one at any point in the draft.