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

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Round 6, Pick #180: Alex Bars, OL, Notre Dame

Alex Bars (6-6, 312) is an intriguing player. In 2016, Bars started 12 games for the Fighting Irish at right tackle, then started all 13 games at right guard in 2017. Bars started this season at left guard, but his senior year ended prematurely last September with a knee injury that forced him to undergo season-ending surgery. Bars is a good player, but coming off a serious ACL/MCL tear, he will likely be a late-round pick. Regardless, Bars would be a good developmental prospect for the Giants because he has great upside.

Round 7, Pick #232: Terry Godwin, WR, Georgia

I will repeat what I said before: this WR class is very deep and because of that some great WRs will be overlooked. Terry Godwin (5-11, 184) is an interesting late round selection. Godwin does his best work out of the slot and is a fluid route runner and natural pass catcher.

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Round 7, Pick #245: Mike Webber, RB, Ohio State

Saquon Barkley is tremendous, but the Giants should monitor his workload next season. The team will likely need to rely on him next season with Odell Beckham Jr. gone, but since they are rebuilding it makes no sense to play with fate and give Barkley 30+ touches every single game. Wayne Gallman is a nice compliment, but I wouldn’t be surprised if New York adds another young RB. Mike Webber is a strong runner that would be a nice complement to Barkley. Another name to watch out for is PSU’s Miles Sanders.

So, in this scenario the Giants would have landed the following 12 prospects: EDGE Rashan Gary, WR D.K. Metcalf, OT Greg Little, CB Amani Oruwariye, DL Joe Jackson, WR Terry Mclaurin, EDGE Shareef Miller, LB Bobby Okereke, S Lukas Denis, OL Alex Bars, WR Terry Godwin, and RB Mike Webber. Drafting at all twelve slots is an option for the Giants, but I feel it is more likely that they make some moves to trade up or package picks for a young piece (Josh Rosen).

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