Ranking the top WR prospects by fit for the NY Giants offense

Which wide receiver makes the most sense for the Giants to draft?
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2. WR Rome Odunze - Washington

Rome Odunze is one of the best wideouts in this class. The Washington Huskies wideout will be a Top 10 pick in this year's draft. In Kiper's latest mock draft, he has Odunze going ninth to the Chicago Bears, who already have DJ Moore and Kennan Allen in their wide receivers room and will likely take USC quarterback Caleb Williams first overall.

Still, if somehow the Huskies wideout is the best option at No. 6, the New York Giants should take him. Odunze is an excellent route runner with great size and strength and he has a high upside to be a WR1 for a lot of NFL teams next season. It's a no-brainer that Odunze will make a lot of offenses better next season and he should be on the Giants radar.

In 2023, Odunze had 92 receptions, 1,640 yards, 13 touchdowns, and an average of 17.8 yards per reception. He played a crucial role in helping lead Washington to a National Championship appearance against Michigan. Despite losing 34-13 in that game, he played well with five catches for 87 yards, but Michigan's defense kept him under 100 yards and out of the endzone.