3. Chukwuma Okorafor
With the Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line struggling all year long, Chukwuma Okorafor's time in the Steel City looks to be coming to an end. With Broderick Jones Jr., a rookie from the University of Georgia, finding immediate success after replacing Okorafor towards the end of the season, the Giants could get an excellent price for Okorafor, who still holds plenty of potential.
As Giants fans know all too well, Evan Neal just hasn't cut it at right tackle. With a veteran like Okorafor entering the O-Line room and providing Neal with genuine competition for the starting job, Neal may go back to his college self.
Entering the final year of his three-year, $29.2 million contract with Pittsburgh, Okorafor can be a small-risk option for Bricillo and the Giants. In the NFL, it's quite common to see players reinvent themselves and find their groove in a new environment with a fresh coaching staff. Okorafor has the size of talent to be a formidable tackle, and the Giants would be wise to take a flier on the RT and see if they can hit on a hidden gem.