4. New York Giants
One of the biggest questions surrounding the New York Giants heading into this year’s draft was whether the team would consider using one of their picks on a potential quarterback of the future. At some point, the Giants will need to figure out some sort of game plan for life without Eli Manning, and even though that time may still be a few years from now, at least the organization was able to grab a solid investment in Davis Webb.
Believe it or not, there are some scouts who believe Webb was just as good as the quarterback he replaced at California in Jared Goff, which only time will tell. While Goff still has plenty to prove after struggling to produce in a weak offense of the Los Angeles Rams, at least Webb will have much better weapons to work with thanks to bright futures surrounding Odell Beckham Jr. and Sterling Shepard.
Not to mention, New York was able to snag one of the draft’s top pass-catching tight ends in Evan Engram from Ole Miss. The receiving corps of the Giants was already dangerous enough with the addition of Brandon Marshall in free agency, and throw Engram into the mix, all signs point to a monster season from Manning in 2017.