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Giants Picks in Hanson's 2021 NFL Mock
Not the biggest receiver, Waddle is one of the most explosive athletes in the draft and is dynamic in the open field. With Jerry Jeudy and Henry Ruggs off to the NFL, Waddle started the year with four 100-yard games before breaking his ankle. In fact, Waddle (557 receiving yards) outproduced DeVonta Smith (483) through the first four games of the season.
42. Joseph Ossai, EDGE, Texas
76. Benjamin St-Juste, CB, Minnesota
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Giants Picks in Donahue's 2021 NFL Mock
If the Giants believe in building around Daniel Jones as their franchise QB, then it's time to start providing him with the best weapons they can. They happen to find one in the reigning Heisman Trophy winner who is coming off one of the most impressive seasons any college WR has ever had. Smith posted 117 catches for 1,856 yards and 23 TDs and was on his way to a historic national championship game with 12 catches for 215 yards and 3 TDs before being knocked out of the game early due to injury. It is only his lack of size that knocks him down the draft board a bit and from being in the mix for the Dolphins at No. 3.
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Giants Picks from 2022 NFL Mock Draft
6. Nolan Smith, EDGE, Georgia
Outside of Leonard Williams (11.5 sacks), who is an impending free agent, no other Giant had more than four sacks in 2020. The top-ranked recruit in the 247Sports Composite in 2019, Smith stepped onto campus in Athens with enormous expectations. While he only has five sacks through 24 games, the Bulldogs will rely more heavily on the explosive edge defender to produce with Azeez Ojulari off to the NFL. If he's able to put everything together as a junior, Smith could be an early draft pick should he declare in 2022.
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Giants Picks from 2023 NFL Mock Draft
Daniel Jones will be a free agent in 2023 and the team could be looking for a new quarterback if he doesn't continue to develop. Regardless of who's under center, however, the team needs an upgrade to their receiving corps.
With Terrace Marshall shutting it down to prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft, Boutte stepped into the team's No. 1 receiver role and dominated in his final three games. Not only did the five-star recruit eclipse the 100-yard mark in those three games, he closed the season with an SEC record-setting performance with 308 receiving yards against Mississippi.
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