Ranking the NY Giants QB targets ahead of the 2024 NFL Draft

It's clear who's No. 1 on the list - USC's Caleb Williams

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1. Caleb Williams, USC

The likely No. 1 overall pick is one of the best QB prospects in recent memory. While some overhyped the kid a little bit, we'd be lying if we said Caleb Williams isn't the closest thing we've seen to a guaranteed star in a couple of years. It will take Schoen trading up to the top spot for Williams to be in New York, but it's a risk that may be worth taking.

His near-perfect accuracy on the move and in the pocket, elite patience, and near NFL-level processing skills all add up to make a potentially generational QB prospect. While he can maybe be a little too aggressive at times, just like with Maye, this isn't necessarily a bad thing and shows that Williams has the guts to try and make throws that other QBs in his class can't.

Williams ended his college career completing 68.6 percent of his passes for 3,663 yards, 30 touchdowns, and five interceptions in 2023 and the Heisman winner will likely be worth whatever price Schoen may have to pay for him.

Whether he is taken by the Bears, Giants, or another team that trades up, we're confident that Williams is going to be a star in this league. He has all of the traits, both on and off the field, to be successful in the league for years to come.

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