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

Which wide receiver makes the most sense for the Giants to draft?
LSU v Missouri
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1. WR Malik Nabers - LSU

Malik Nabers makes the most sense regarding fit for the New York Giants. Last season at LSU, the junior wideout had 89 receptions, 1,569 yards, and 14 touchdowns in 13 games with the Tigers. Not only did Nabers make an impact at LSU this past season, the first-team All-American broke the school record with 189 career receptions and the LSU record for career receiving yards with 3,003
across three seasons.

Nabers had a touchdown in all but three games and had two or more TDs five times this past season. He also had nine games with over 100 receiving yards, but he looked exceptionally strong against Mississippi State, Missouri, and Army. Nabers showed off his speed, running a 4.35 in the 40-yard dash and posted a vertical of 42 inches at LSU's Pro Day.

Some believe Nabers is the best wide receiver in this draft class, but most believe Marvin Harrison Jr. will be the first WR off the board. While the Ohio State wideout would sound great for the Giants, Nabers would be an exceptional fit for head coach Brain Daboll's offense, and Big Blue fans would welcome him with open arms to New Jersey. If he's available at No. 6 overall, we'd love to see the Giants send his name in.