For years the New York Giants have been the team that has filled their WR1 void with second-tier options. That no longer appears to be the case following the signing of former NFL receiving touchdowns leader, Kenny Golladay.
The addition of the ex-Detroit Lion knocks down the likes of Darius Slayton and Sterling Shepard to a more suitable placement in the receiving pecking order. Within the past five months, the team has also added two recent high-round draft picks in ex-second rounder Dante Pettis and former ninth-overall selection John Ross.
One may think that with an abundance of receiving arsenal in place, the Giants would opt to focus their attention on addressing other needs come draft day. However, fascination towards one of the class’ top prospects may ultimately lead to Dave Gettleman and company pulling the trigger on yet another wide receiver.