2.) Austin Mack
Austin Mack, who stands at 6-foot-2 and 215 pounds, is a decent route runner as a boundary option. He has solid strength and balance in his routes, but he only tallied 361 yards and three scores last season. Having experience at a Big 10 school is a positive factor, but a foot injury derailed his campaign last season, which indicates there could be more value behind the scenes.
If given a more extensive opportunity, Mack could prove to be a solid option for the Giants at WR4. He is pretty balanced across-the-board in terms of the skills.
While he is a technical route runner, he fails to create ample separation against man coverage. That will be the point where he focuses on with the Giants.