With things not going as the NY Giants anticipated this season, their front office is already considering the organization's future. General manager Joe Schoen has been busy making the rounds for big-time college games of late.
The list includes going to UW vs. USC, plus traveling for the Alabama vs. Kentucky meeting this past weekend before making his way to Texas for the embarrassing loss to the Cowboys. With the way the Giants campaign has gone, highlighted by Daniel Jones tearing his ACL, a future QB could be needed. However, Schoen has likely had his eyes on other positions too. Here's a look at four studs he's recently seen in person:
4. Washington WR Rome Odunze
One of the top wide receivers in this upcoming draft class is Rome Odunze from Washington. The 6-3 junior has looked like one of college football's most physical receiving prospects and can run after the catch.
Odunze has 59 receptions, 1,100 yards, and nine touchdowns this year, making him the second Washington wideout to reach 1,000 yards in consecutive seasons. His best game came in Week 4 in a victory over the California Golden Bears; the wideout had five receptions, 125 yards, and two touchdowns. Odunze is a big reason for the team's success this year, as they currently sit 10-0 overall, leading the Pac-12 ahead of Oregon.
While it is unclear if the G-Men will target a receiver, especially this early in the draft, Odunze should still make for an exciting prospect wherever he lands. It will be interesting to see if Schoen and the Giants pull the trigger on a QB in the first round or set other priorities. If the Giants fall out of the Top 10 and their top QB/OL targets off the board, Odunze could be an interesting selection.