The NFL Draft order is officially set with the Kansas City Chiefs winning the Super Bowl, with the off-season now underway it's time for the New York Giants to start their offseason.
The Giants are in a tough spot this off-season with Daniel Jones' contract on the book and the sixth pick in the draft it looks like the Giants will have to keep Jones under center in 2024.
The off-season will be a rebuild for the future while the team will likely look to add pieces that the team can build around if they draft a rookie quarterback in 2025.
6th Overall Pick: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU
In our initial off-season mock draft, we had the New York Giants taking Rome Odunze, however Malik Nabers may be the choice as we approach the NFL Draft. The Giants have lacked a true elite wide receiver ever since trading away Odell Beckham Jr. which may be partially to blame for Daniel Jones' development.
Here the Giants land a new star wide receiver once again from LSU.
Nabers doesn't have the frame of a prototypical NFL Receiver at 6-foot 190 pounds, with a wiry build like Devonta Smith, however, the receiver plays with no shortage of toughness.
Nabers put up a monster performance with ten catches for 171 yards and a touchdown against top draft prospect cornerbacks Terrion Arnold and Kool-Aid McKinstry. He's also shown an ability to do it year after year with 89 catches for 1,569 yards and 14 Touchdowns after a 72 catch 1,017 yard 3 touchdown season.
Inserting Nabers into the offense would immediately boost the unit, giving the Giants a wide receiver one talent as early as his rookie season. Heading into the future Nabers can be a building block helping whoever the Giants decide is the quarterback of the future as they hope to develop him.