4 NY Giants targets for fans to watch at the 2024 Senior Bowl

Will one of these players end up getting drafted by Joe Schoen?

Feb 1, 2024; Mobile, AL, USA; National quarterback Bo Nix of Oregon (10) runs with the ball between
Feb 1, 2024; Mobile, AL, USA; National quarterback Bo Nix of Oregon (10) runs with the ball between / Vasha Hunt-USA TODAY Sports
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This week, NY Giants general manager Joe Schoen and his staff have been hard at work scouting college players over at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala. It's a very talented group of prospects and with four selections in the Top 70 picks for the G-Men, Schoen can add a lot of talent to this team.

The QB group has some big names in it including Bo Nix, Michael Penix Jr., and Spencer Rattler. Schoen has said he will look at every position. With that said, who should the Giants be targeting? Here are four potential Giants targets for fans to watch on Saturday during the Senior Bowl:

4. Oregon QB Bo Nix

Nix had a huge re-emergence in his college football career. He was inconsistent during his time with Auburn, but has since lit it up for the Ducks. Nix has a chance to potentially move up draft boards, or positional rankings, with a great showcase here. He wasn't graded a first-round pick and that may work to the Giants advantage. Right now, in most cases, the top three quarterbacks are Caleb Williams, Drake Maye and Daniels.

It leaves the question, who is QB No. 4? Some people have J.J McCarthy as QB4, while others don't have him in the Top 5. With QBs like Penix, Rattler and many others, Nix is going to have to have a great showing both on and off the field. Schoen looks like he wants a rookie QB. However, when will that happen in the draft? That's up in the air.

Some think Nix could go at the end of the first round, while others think there's a good chance he slides to the second round. Schoen might have something good building if he could potentially add someone like Malik Nabers at No. 6 overall, and then use one of his second-round picks on Nix.