Robert Griffin has dream NY Giants draft scenario that fans would be all for

This would be a perfect first two rounds for the Giants in the draft
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It's almost time to put all the rumors and speculation behind us and just get ready for the first round of the NFL Draft to get here. Come April 25, the NY Giants will be on the clock (for now) with the No. 6 overall pick.

Will a quarterback fall to them, or will a star wide receiver be brought in to help Daniel Jones to try and get his career back on the right track? Only time will tell what happens, but former first-round pick turned analyst Robert Griffin III has a dream scenario in mind for the G-Men: Nabers at No. 6, followed by Michael Penix Jr. falling to No. 47 overall in the second round.

The Giants somehow landing Michael Penix Jr. in the second round would be a dream

With Jones on track to be cleared by training camp, it's looking like Danny Dimes will be the starter to open the season. However, if things go south for him, it could lead to Brian Daboll and Co. pulling the plug on him pretty quickly. Remember that the Giants have an out there following the 2024 campaign.

That's why the idea of bringing in a new quarterback via the early rounds of the draft is so intriguing. Penix is coming off a monster year for the Huskies, powering Washington to a Pac-12 title and a trip to the National Championship Game.

Following his showings at the NFL Combine and his UW Pro Day, plenty of people feel like Penix is a lock to be taken in the first round. However, due to his injury history, we could end up seeing him fall to Day 2. The Giants taking him at No. 47 overall would lead to celebrations in East Rutherford, especially if it comes after bringing in Nabers in the first round.

A lot of things will need to fall into place for Schoen to make that happen, but never say never. This team has plenty of holes to fill, but a WR1 seems to be at the top of the wishlist for a lot of people. Adding Penix in the second round may be a close second. If the Football Gods are listening, we'd love to see a Nabers + Penix duo down the road for Big Blue.