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2019 NFL Mock Draft: Giants 7-Round Projections (Post OBJ Trade)

Round 2, Pick #37: Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss

(The Clarion-Ledger)

Say what you want about the Giants and about GM Dave Gettleman, but the team’s offensive line looks to be promising for 2019 and beyond. They acquired G Kevin Zeitler, who was graded by PFF to be the 6th best Guard in the NFL last season. Along with that, they resigned quality pieces in Spencer Pulley and Jon Halapio. Using one of their top picks on a RT would help complete this line. Greg Little is one player that should be available when the Giants are on the clock in Round 2 and in a very talented OT class, Little is widely regarded as a top-5 prospect. Little would be able to contribute right away at RT and possibly eventually take over for LT Nate Solder down the line. While this isn’t a flashy pick, it would be a smart one for a team clearly in rebuild mode.

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Torre Avitabile View All

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Writer for Armed Rodgery (2016-2017).

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