4 underrated moves the NY Giants have made this offseason

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2. Drafting wideout Jalin Hyatt

While drafting Jalin Hyatt has been talked about quite a bit, the fact that the Giants were able to get him in the third round is still something to celebrate. Hyatt was a speedster who a lot of people thought could end up hearing his name called in the late first round. That didn't happen, but the Giants were somehow able to land him on Day 2.

Hyatt was a great, sneaky and underrated move the Giants made and he has a chance to prove all those teams who passed on him wrong. Hyatt, who was drafted out of Tennessee, compiled a great resume with the Volunteers in his three years with 2,280 receiving yards and 19 touchdowns. This included a breakout season in 2022 with a career-best 1,267 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns.

The Giants WR core was diminished in 2022 due to injuries and a lack of a No. 1 target, so bringing in Hyatt was a great move this team made. Do I think he can develop into a No. 1 receiver? That won't happen in '23, but the future sure is looking bright for Hyatt.

He's got impressive wheels and he's already working overtime in trying to build his chemistry with Danny Dimes. He could prove to be a reliable option for this offense this fall.