2024 NFL Draft: Giants 7-round mock addresses big needs

The New York Giants are just over one week away until they are on the clock with the No. 6 overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft.

While there are several ways the Giants can go with the No. 6 overall pick, they have five other selections that will truly shape their draft.

Using the Pro Football Focus mock draft simulator, we conducted a full seven-round mock draft for the Giants.

For more Giants coverage, check out Kevin Hickey’s work on Sporting News.

Giants’ NFL mock draft addresses big needs

Round 1 | No. 6 overall | WR Malik Nabers, LSU

With three quarterbacks and two wide receivers off the board, there’s always the chance the Giants go with the quarterback position. However, Nabers is simply too elite of a prospect to pass up this go-round. Even with questions at the quarterback position, Nabers gives the Giants a difference-maker at a high-value position.

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Round 2 | No. 52 overall | EDGE Adisa Isaac, Penn State

Moving back five spots in a trade added a late third-round pick (No. 99 overall). The Giants don’t have a massive need at edge rusher, but Isaac is a very intriguing prospect with a high motor, exceptional length and athleticism that can help him reach his ceiling.

Round 3 | No. 70 overall | S Jaden Hicks, Washington State

Pound for pound, the safety position is probably the biggest need the Giants have across the entire roster. Hicks is a versatile safety prospect with elite athleticism. He has experience playing near the line of scrimmage or as a deep safety and can fit within multiple schemes.

Round 3 | No. 99 overall | G Cooper Beebe, Kansas State

Receiving this pick as a part of the earlier trade, it isn’t clear whether Beebe actually will be available here. He seems to be rising quickly, but the simulator gave us the option so we took it. Beebe. The powerful fifth-year senior would compete immediately for the starting left guard position.

Round 4 | No. 107 overall | CB Cam Hart, Notre Dame

Adding to the cornerback room is going to be a big objective for the Giants. Hart brings some intriguing size, length and elite explosiveness to the secondary and would fit right in on special teams as a gunner. He still has room to develop his game, but he’s an intriguing Day 3 prospect.

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Round 5 | No. 166 overall | RB Dylan Laube, New Hampshire

The departure of Saquon Barkley led to the Giants signing Devin Singletary in free agency. Adding Laube to the rotation on Day 3 would be a strong move especially considering his exceptional skills as a receiver. Laube may not be the type of back to work as a bellcow, but he’d be a solid addition in a committee.

Round 6 | No. 183 overall | DT Gabe Hall, Baylor

After blowing up the Senior Bowl, Hall could go much higher than this. Regardless, the Giants could use more depth on the interior defensive line. Hall has some explosive traits, but his game lacks consistency. He’ll need coaching at the next level, but there is upside with his profile.

Giants Mock Draft Review

Round Pick Player Position School
1 6 Malik Nabers WR LSU
2 52 Adisa Isaac EDGE Penn State
3 70 Jaden Hicks S Washington State
3 99 Cooper Beebe iOL Kansas State
4 107 Cam Hart CB Notre Dame
5 166 Dylan Laube RB New Hampshire
6 183 Gabe Hall DT Baylor


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