Three Players the Giants Could Target in the 2019 NFL Draft

The recipient of a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and technology from Fairleigh Dickinson University, Brent Potter is a Wyckoff, New Jersey resident who draws upon more than two decades of relevant experience in his role as vice president of vulnerability management with Morgan Stanley. Beyond his professional pursuits, Brent Potter of Wyckoff is a passionate fan of the National Football League’s New York Giants.

Three Players the Giants Could Target in the 2019 NFL Draft

The Giants are poised to miss the playoffs this season and expected to select in the top 10 of the 2019 NFL Draft. Below are three players the team could target:

1. Justin Herbert — The Giants ownership wanted a quarterback in the 2018 NFL Draft, but the team instead settled on running back Saquon Barkley. One quarterback the team could target in 2019 is Herbert who, at 6 foot 6 and 225 pounds, has the size to excel in the NFL. The Oregon University junior has 62 touchdowns and 6,904 passing yards through 28 career games at the college level.

2. Dwayne Haskins — If Herbert isn’t the answer at quarterback then it could it Haskins, who has performed well with Ohio State this season under head coach Urban Meyer. Haskins was named the Big 10 Offensive Player of the Year after registering 47 touchdowns and 4,580 passing yards in 13 games.

3. Dexter Lawrence — Should the Giants opt not to draft a quarterback, defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence could be a player who fits in nicely with the Giants’ defensive system. The junior registered 36 tackles, 7 for a loss of yardage, and 1.5 quarterback sacks through 13 games with Clemson University this season.