Fennelly’s Four Round Giants’ Mock Draft

New York Giants, Mekhi Becton
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It’s my turn to try my hand at a mock draft for the New York Giants. Using The Draft Network’s Mock Draft Simulator, I limited my scope to the first four rounds. Keep in mind, the simulator does not predict or account for trades, so you are regulated to staying in your spot and taking the best player as possible for your team.

Here’s what I ended up with:

RD1, P4: Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville

Tristan Wirfs of Iowa was actually of the board at No. 2 to Washington with Chase Young going to Detroit third overall. Many would like to see Clemson LB Isaiah Simmons here but it is about time they did something to fix this offensive line. With a young quarterback and a running game that needs a road grader, Becton is the perfect pick here. He can move Nate Solder either to right tackle or the bench which is what this team needs.

RD2, P36: Terrell Lewis, EDGE, Alabama

After a slow start to his college career, the 6’5″, 262 pound Lewis came on strong in his final year for the Tide. He was a named a second-team All-SEC selection recording 31 tackles (11.5 for loss) with six sacks and two passes defensed in 11 games. He is seen as a ascending player with a ton of upside but the injury history has kept him out of the first round.

RD3, P99: Terrell Burgess, S, Utah

Ran a 4.46 40 with 20 benches at the NFL Combine. Conducts himself like a pro and takes his preparation seriously. NFL.com compares Burgess to Demarious Randall. The Giants would hav preferred a veteran safety to replace Antoine Bethea but Burgess could be mature and talented enough to be the answer.

RD4, P110: K.J. Hill, WR, Ohio State

Stayed in school the extra year and became the Buckeyes’ all-time receptions leader. Is a solid route runner with dependable hands who will give the Giants another reliable option in the passing game.

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