3 Players the Giants Must Target With the No. 6 Pick

As the combine approaches the New York Giants have several players that would be incredible adds to a team that lacks top end talent.

Nov 5, 2023; Paradise, Nevada, USA; New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll walks off the field
Nov 5, 2023; Paradise, Nevada, USA; New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll walks off the field / Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports
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2. Rome Odunze - Wide Receiver - Washington

While Odunze hasn't been considered the class's top receiver prospect, he also will certainly be an instant impact player in the NFL. Odunze at 6"3 215 pounds has a bigger frame than some of the other top prospects and would instantly be the Giants' biggest receiver.

Of all the receivers in this class, Odunze may be the best at making contested catches as his ability jumps off of the film. On top of making incredible catches Odunze is an incredible playmaker making big plays as a punt returner and after the catch.

The combine will give Odunze a boost as well if he proves he's not just another "big wide receiver". The former track athlete will run great times in the 40-yard dash, and in the shuttles while he's also expected to perform well in both the high and broad jump.

The Giants haven't had an electric playmaker like Odunze at receiver in a long time and his impact will boost the offense immediately. He's a player who plays above his size which would give the Giants a contested catch threat opposite of the speed of Jalin Hyatt and Darius Slayton.