2. OG/OT Mike Onwenu
Much like Williams, Mike Onwenu provides the rare combination of versatility and abilities the Giants' offensive line so desperately needs. While the price tag attached to Onwenu's name this offseason will be hefty, he deserves every penny.
With rumors flying around that he has little interest in re-signing with the New England Patriots, Onwenu's quick feet and surprising agility will be highly sought after in the free-agent market. Despite being a part of a below-average unit in New England, he was a clear standout, and everyone knew it. After an outstanding performance against DPOY candidate T.J Watt in Week 14, Onwenu's praises were sung by the New England coaching staff, as they complimented his unique combination of size (350 pounds) and burst off the line of scrimmage.
While Giants' fans know all too well how expensive a cornerstone offensive tackle can be, with Andrew Thomas earning a 5-year, $117.5 million extension last offseason, they also understand how instrumental these superstars can be in forming a competitive roster. While the Giants have never been a team to sign splashy and expensive free agents, Onwenu proved he could be a great addition and his ability to play either guard or tackle makes him even more intriguing.