Round 4, Pick #132: Terry Mclaurin, WR, Ohio State
The Giants would be wise to add multiple receivers in the 2019 NFL Draft. New York’s top receivers are currently Golden Tate, Sterling Shepard, Corey Coleman, Quadree Henderson, Alonzo Russell, and Jawill Davis. Only Tate is signed currently past this season, and regardless the team needs to add depth. Thankfully, the 2019 WR class is pretty deep and Terry Mclaurin (6-0, 208) is one currently under the radar. The Ohio State product has elite speed (4.35 40 time) and is dynamic with the ball in his hands. Mclaurin would be a nice addition to a Giants WR core needing reinforcements.
Round 5, Pick #142: Shareef Miller, EDGE, Penn State
With Olivier Vernon and Connor Barwin out of the picture, the best Giants EDGE players currently are Kareem Martin, Lorenzo Carter, and Avery Moss. I would expect the Giants to target this position in the Draft as well and Shareef Miller (6-4, 258) would be a great selection at this point.
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