Best players remaining for the NY Giants on Day 3 of the NFL Draft

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The NY Giants have put on a clinic with their draft picks thus far, taking Deonte Banks in the first, John Michael-Schmitz in the second and Jalin Hyatt in the third. All three of these picks have been exactly what this Giants team needs and fans couldn't be happier.

Entering the final day of the NFL Draft, New York still has plenty of room to improve with their remaining four picks. While the talent isn't as high as previous rounds, there are still plenty of playmakers on both sides of the ball the Giants could use. With that being said, here are five of the best players remaining for the Giants on the final day.

5. USC OG Andrew Vorhees

Prior to the NFL Combine, Vorhees was seemingly a lock to be a third or maybe even second-round pick. However, a torn ACL has caused his stock to drop tremendously. While not being able to have him around next season would hurt, adding a player like this in the fifth round for the future is something New York may not want to miss out on.

Vorhees may not be an incredible athlete, and the ACL tear won't help, but this has not affected his game too much yet. The floor Vorhees has may be the highest of all players at his position and watching him play shows it. His ceiling may not be as high as other prospects, but the consistency he brings as a pass protector and run blocker may be something the Giants won't want to miss out on.

Through 436 pass-blocking snaps, Vorhees allowed just two sacks and 15 pressures. Alongside this, he also earned a PFF run-blocking grade of 82.5. Vorhees is also incredibly versatile on the offensive line, playing 1,634 snaps at left guard, 1,392 snaps at right guard, and 402 snaps at left tackle. Even if Vorhees doesn't start immediately when healthy, he can provide some much-needed depth.