1. RT Evan Neal
Following a rough rookie season, Evan Neal enters his sophomore season looking to prove his doubters wrong and become a franchise cornerstone for the Giants. His first season was rough, no doubt. However, it seems that people forget that he was playing a position he had not seen snaps in since 2020.
Now, with an offseason to get in better shape and work with some legendary right tackles, Neal looks to have a breakout sophomore season. If this happens, the Giants could have one of the best tackle duos in the NFL. What would make this even better is the fact that both of these players would be under 25.
However, before we get too excited, Neal needs to show his improvement in training camp. The Giants have some pretty talented pass-rushers that will test him, so Neal must give it his all to show that he can be that guy for the Giants.
We're incredibly excited to see how Neal performs next season. If both he and Bredeson pan out, the Giants very well could go from one of the worst offensive lines in the league to a top core in the NFL. Hopefully, Neal can prove that all the hard work he's put in this offseason will pan out heading into a pivotal 2023 campaign for both himself and the Giants.