Giants Final 7-Round Mock Draft Lands Elite Offensive Weapon in New York

New York has six picks in the 2024 NFL Draft, starting with the No. 6 overall pick.
Oct 14, 2023; Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA; LSU Tigers wide receiver Malik Nabers (8) celebrates a
Oct 14, 2023; Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA; LSU Tigers wide receiver Malik Nabers (8) celebrates a / Matthew Hinton-USA TODAY Sports
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2116. . Michael Pratt. Michael Pratt. player. Michael Pratt. No. 107 pick. 4. .

After missing out on the top quarterback prospects in the first round, the Giants address an area of need by selecting Michael Pratt at the beginning of Day 3. The most prolific passer in Tulane history, Pratt set program records for passing yards (9,611) and touchdowns (90) during his four years with the Green Wave. He also led Tulane to their first New Year's Six bowl win at the 2023 Cotton Bowl.

Pratt has a strong arm and good touch on throws to all three levels. He doesn't turn the ball over a lot, only throwing 26 interceptions across four seasons, which is sweet music to Giants fans' ears. Pratt is also a good athlete who is comfortable scrambling and throwing on the run. Sometimes he'll bail too early rather than stepping up into the pocket when pressure comes. Otherwise, there is a lot to like about Pratt's poise and throwing ability, making him one of the biggest steals of Day 3.

Daniel Jones will likely be the starter in 2024 due to the Giants' large financial commitment to him. However, it makes sense for New York to draft another signal-caller to challenge Jones and maybe even replace him during the season if he gets injured again or continues to underperform.

528. Ray Davis. . Ray Davis. . . player. No. 166 pick. Ray Davis. 5

Another player I consider to be one of the biggest draft steals of Day 3, Kentucky running back Ray Davis showed during his collegiate career that he can excel in any system. Davis became the first player in Division I history to rush for over 1,000 yards at three different schools, proving he could produce no matter where he was.

Davis isn't the fastest player in the draft, but his 40-yard dash time (4.52 seconds) is impressive for someone weighing over 210 pounds. Along with deceptive speed, Davis has bruising power, making him a major factor in goal-line situations, demonstrated by his 21 touchdowns last season, which set a Kentucky record. Davis is also a solid receiver, recording seven of his record 21 touchdowns last season through the air.

The NFL is moving away from workhouse running backs like Saquon Barkley and embracing backfields by committee instead. Drafting a bruising runner like Davis to complement Devin Singletary would give New York a nice one-two punch at the position.

Dallin Holker. . Dallin Holker. Dallin Holker. 6. No. 183 pick. player. . . 503

Darren Waller might not be on the team by the start of next season, and even if he is, it doesn't seem like he'll play much longer. New York might have to start looking for a replacement tight end, and Dallin Holker would be a great find this late in the draft.

After playing sparingly at BYU, Holker transferred to Colorado State and became the focal point of their offense. Holker led all FBS tight ends in catches (64) and receiving yards (767) last season thanks largely to his work after the catch.

Holker has excellent vision with the ball and contact balance to bounce off tacklers and pick up extra yardage. Holker is also adept at making catches in traffic, which he unintentionally showed during the combine by catching two balls at once.

If this clip doesn't convince the Giants to draft him, then I don't know what will. But in all seriousness, Holker is a reliable target who had excellent production last season in college and tested well at the combine.

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