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2019 NFL Mock Draft - New York Giants Mock Draft

- Updated: Sunday, March 31st

The Huddle Report tracks NFL Mock Draft Accuracy and EDSFootball's Kevin Hanson ranks tied for 1st among experts tracked over the past five years. In addition, his 2015 NFL mock was the most accurate among the 113 tracked that year.

On this page, you will find all of our picks for the New York Giants in the 2019 NFL Mock Draft from Kevin Hanson.

Between now and the 2019 NFL Draft, we will add additional rounds to our mock draft as we will eventually mock all seven rounds.

Here are the picks in our 2019 NFL Mock Draft for the Giants:

6. New York Giants (Draft History): Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State Buckeyes

Even as the Giants social media tried to spin it with a glass-half-full view, the Giants should have received more for Odell Beckham Jr. than what they received. That aside, the team is now equipped with multiple first-round picks (No.'s 6 and 17), a second-rounder (37th overall) and got back a third-round pick (95th).

That gives Gettleman and the Giants some flexibility to acquire Josh Rosen from the Cardinals, move up to target Dwayne Haskins if they believe it's necessary to get in the top five or perhaps use their second first-rounder on Duke's Daniel Jones. As they rebuild, however, moving on (sooner than later) from Eli Manning makes sense.

17. (From CLE) New York Giants (Draft History): Clelin Ferrell, DE, Clemson Tigers

Even though I have Haskins mocked to the Giants with their first pick, it wouldn't surprise me if they acquired Josh Rosen from the Cardinals and used both of their first-rounders (unless parting with one) on the defensive side of the ball. A toe injury kept Ferrell from working out a Clemson's Pro Day, but the ACC Defensive Player of the Year had 20.0 tackles for loss and 11.5 last year for the national champs. Only the Raiders (13) had fewer sacks than the Giants (30) in 2018.

37. New York Giants (Draft History): Johnathan Abram, S, Mississippi State Bulldogs

Letting Landon Collins walk in free agency, the Giants traded for Jabrill Peppers and signed 35-year-old Antoine Bethea. Adding another young safety like Abram would make sense.

95. (From CLE) New York Giants (Draft History): Kris Boyd, CB, Texas Longhorns

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New York Giants 2020 NFL Mock Draft

- Updated: Tuesday, March 19th

Below is our first round pick for the New York Giants in our way-too-early 2020 NFL Mock Draft:

3. New York Giants (Draft History): Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon Ducks

Linked to the Giants in many (2019) mock drafts before deciding to return to Eugene for his senior season, Herbert once again finds himself mocked to the Giants. If Dave Gettleman doesn't pull the trigger on Dwayne Haskins or another quarterback to be Eli Manning's heir apparent, it will be difficult to pass up on the opportunity to draft Herbert, who has all of the physical tools -- prototypical size (6-6, 233), outstanding arm strength and plus mobility -- and intangibles to develop into a franchise quarterback.

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