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

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2. Washington OL Jaxson Kirkland

Entering the fifth or even sixth rounds, the NY Giants may want to take a swing on Jaxson Kirkland out of Washington. Not only does Kirkland have an absolutely massive frame, but he has experience at both guard spots and left tackle as well.

Kirkland is a 6-7, 321-pound monster who could be an incredible depth piece for the Giants' offensive line on Day 1 if he doesn't immediately get the starting job. This sort of player could be of great value to the Giants' offensive line considering the number of injuries they dealt with throughout all of last season.

Last season at Washington, Kirkland allowed just nine pressures and zero sacks in 491 pass-blocking snaps, spending most of the season at left guard. While he needs some work with his overall balance, keeping him on the inside would be very beneficial for his career. Kirkland was originally projected to be an offensive tackle, but after his lack of arm length became an issue, he moved to guard.

It may take time for Kirkland to become a big-time contributor, but he will at the very least provide some much-needed depth for the team's offensive line. If he can manage to put it all together, New York could have an absolute monster on their hands.