3. Draft a late-round receiver
Much like the disastrous offensive line situation, the Giants have failed to successfully fill the shoes of Odell Beckham Jr. since his departure in 2018. Having the alpha No. 1 receiver is mandatory to have a truly great football team and gives the quarterback a much-needed security blanket. Whether it's Jones or a rookie taking the helm next season, it is vital to set them up for success. Adding another outside pass-catcher certainly will help.
When looking at the 2024 WR draft class, a few names stick out in the mid to late rounds. Brenden Rice (USC), Jermaine Burton (Alabama), and Johnny Wilson (FSU) all had very successful college careers and have potential to succeed at the next level.
A true X receiver can fit beautifully into this offense with Darren Waller at tight end, a speedster outside in Jalin Hyatt, and a utility slot man in Wan'Dale Robinson. Also, unlike many positions, history shows that the translation time from college to NFL for receivers is often shorter than that of other positions. With Puka Nacua dominating as a fifth-round rookie this year, it's clear that gems are out there; it is simply a matter of the Giants finding them.