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

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1. West Virginia DL Dante Stills

Dante Stills is a player we have talked about before, and for good reason, as he is an incredibly interesting prospect for the latter half of the draft. Not only is Stills a great run-stopper, but like Kirkland, he is incredibly versatile at his position.

Stills has an incredibly high floor, the problem is, his ceiling isn't very high at all. This isn't a bad thing, though, as it's nice to know what you're getting out of a player. Stills may not be a superstar, but he projects to be an incredibly solid player right out of the gate.

Last season at West Virginia, Stills racked up 23 combined tackles, five sacks, and 30 total pressures, forcing two fumbles in the process. Alongside this, Stills has played 1,148 snaps on the inside, and 1,150 snaps on the outside throughout his collegiate career, making for a near-even split at where he plays on the defensive line.

Bringing in a player like this to a defensive line that already features Dexter Lawrence, Leonard Williams, A'Shawn Robinson, and Rakeem Nunez-Rochez could make for some must-watch football. Considering the effort Schoen has made to add depth to the team's defensive line, it wouldn't surprise us one bit if we saw Stills get selected in the seventh round.

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