Best WR options for the NY Giants in the 2023 NFL Draft

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What in the world is Joe Schoen going to end up doing with the No. 25 overall pick? We will have our answer next Thursday night, as the NFL Draft is almost here. So many different positions and players have been linked to the NY Giants, but a lot of fans have their eyes on a standout wideout to help out Daniel Jones.

As busy as Schoen has been in improving the passing attack, we could see him to after a stud wideout in the first round. There are plenty of talented players who could be there for the taking. So, which guys should Giants fans keep their eye on moving forward?

3. TCU WR Quentin Johnston

About three weeks ago, we might have assumed that Quentin Johnston would be gone by the time it's NY's turn to make a pick. However, several recent NFL Mock Drafts not only have Johnston still available, but they also have the Giants sending his name in. This is the kind of big-bodied receiver that could really help Mike Kafka out.

Checking in at 6-3, 215 pounds, Johnston has the ideal size for an outside wideout. Not only that, but he has great hands and leaping ability. Imagine opposing defenses having to worry about covering newly-acquired tight end Darren Waller in the red zone, but then also having to plan in trying to contain Johnston. That'd be a big problem for them.

Last season for TCU, Johnston was a big reason with the Horned Frogs were able to stun the nation and get to the National Championship Game. This kid is the real deal and he could make an impact from Day 1 for the Giants if they indeed decide to select him at No. 25 overall. Johnston is loaded with potential. The idea of him catching balls from Danny Dimes is quite exciting.