With the NY Giants disenchanting 2023 campaign finishing 6-11 after making it to the playoffs the prior year, the team looks forward to reevaluating its current roster and continuing to build for the future this offseason.
It will be essential for Big Blue general manager Joe Schoen and the front office to prioritize positional needs for the upcoming NFL Draft, where the Giants will be selecting No. 6 overall. They will also have many decisions to make in free agency this offseason, most notably on what to do with Saquon Barkley and Xavier McKinney.
The Giants will evaluate their current roster and think about valuable assets to build around both on offense and defense. With that said, let's take a look at four current New York Giants who could be next in line to be Pro Bowlers:
4. WR Wan'Dale Robinson
Over the last two seasons, wideout Wan'Dale Robinson has shown his true potential and given the Giants some great moments and highlights. Robinson has never received Pro Bowl honors in his professional career. With the team likely making changes to their wide receiving core, it's clear that Robinson will be one player here to stay for the long haul and should be in line for one of that honor soon.
This season, Robinson had 60 receptions for 525 yards and one touchdown, which came in the Giants' Week 9 loss against the Raiders. However, his best game came in Week 18 against the Eagles. In the Giants 27-10 victory over Philadelphia, Robinson caught five of six targets for 85 yards, including a 33-yard grab from Tyrod Taylor in the first quarter to set up a Mason Crosby 24-yard field goal.
Robinson has battled injuries early on in his career, but there's no question that the potential is there for him to be a difference maker. Fans are excited to see what the youngster will be able to do next season and beyond.