New York Giants Mock Draft 2023 – 7 Rounds

New York Giants Mock Draft 2023 – 7 Rounds
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Here is a 7 round New York Giants mock draft for 2023

Using our mock draft simulator here are the players who could be in play for the New York Giants in the 2023 NFL draft

Even though this does not include trade it does give an indication as to who may be available when the Giants pick.

Here is your New York Giants Mock Draft

Round 1: Pick 25 – Dalton Kincaid – TE – Utah

For Daniel Jones to succeed following his hefty new contract, he is going to need weapons around him in the passing game. In this scenario, the wide receiver options were limited, and therefore the tight end market opened up. Kincaid is essentially a big-bodied receiver at the Tight End position and would offer Jones a significant upgrade in his target options

Round 2: Pick 57 – Joe Tippmann – OC – Wisconsin

The interior of the Giants’ o-line has required some rebuilding for quite some time. Tippmann would be the start of this. A fluid mover, with athleticism, power and strong hands, he would anchor this Giants line hopefully for years to come. A locker room leader, he could be just what the Giants need to build on a strong 2022

Round 3: Pick 89 – Israel Abanikanda – RB – Pitt

Saquon Barkley is sticking around (hopefully) for at least another year on the franchise tag, but he could use a friend in the backfield. Abanikanda has early down size, and uses his cuts to manoeuvre well in traffic. He has fantastic top end speed and can gash defences if given half a chance. He could be an effective change of pace back and lighten Barkley’s workload

Round 4: Pick 128 – Demarvion Overshown – LB – Texas

A safety turned linebacker, Overshown is explosive and has the instincts to blitz effectively from the linebacker position. He will need to improve his strength in the run game but could see the field early as a special teams contributor given his speed and agility.

Round 5: Pick 160 – Garrett Williams -CB – Syracuse

Williams is an outside corner, who despite his average size tackles and hits well. He can mirror wide receivers effectively. Playing in zone or off-man is where he is most effective. An ACL tear in October 2022 caused him to fall off the radar in a strong CB class. However, if he is medically fine, he could be a potential steal this late in the draft

Round 5: Pick 172 – Dorian Thompson-Robinson – QB – UCLA

If maximised to his full potential DTR could become an effective back-up in the NFL. He may lack the tools necessary to be a regular starter but he has enough athletic ability and creativity to at least hold down a roster spot. In round 5 with essentially a ‘free pick’ then why not take that chance?

Round 6: Pick 209 – Nick Herbig – EDGE – Wisconsin

A three year starter at Wisconsin, Herbig mainly played in the outside linebacker role. He may not be the biggest or strongest, but he is an elusive rusher, whose inside move can befuddle offensive linemen. He may need to bulk up and work on his strength but he has the instincts, speed and IQ to become an effective off-ball linebacker down the line

Round 7: Pick 240 – Viliami Fehoko – EDGE – San Jose State

An aggressive player Fehoko is one of those ‘tweener’ players on the defensive line. His ability to rush with power could see him used in some sub packages and become a backup pass rusher

Round 7: Pick 243 – Christian Izien – S – Rutgers

An ultra physical safety, he is extremely versatile having played in the box, as a wide rusher, at nickel and at free safety. He showed his worth at the East-West Shrine Bowl earlier this year. He can certainly contribute early in special teams and whoever drafts him can line him in various spots if need be.

Round 7: Pick 254 – Chamarri Conner – CB – Virginia Tech

Being picked this later in the draft means that the chances of making a roster are slim, however, Conner has great balls skills and his size/frame may allow him to hang around and potentially make a practice squad down the line.

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