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2020 NFL Draft: Are these two prospects perfect fits for Giants?

The New York Giants will select fourth overall in the 2020 NFL Draft, which is good news for a team that has needs along the offensive line, at edge rusher, inside linebacker and to some degree, cornerback and wide receiver.

While they may miss out on top prospect Chase Young of Ohio State, there are several other options that should intrigue them,

Pro Football Focus recently decided to take a look at a few of those options, and determined there would be two “perfect fits” for the Giants.

The first, as one might expect, is an offensive lineman — although maybe not the first lineman that comes to mind.

Earlier — OT Jedrick Wills, Alabama

Nate Solder’s contract looks primed to come off the books this offseason, leaving Daniel Jones’ blindside unaccounted for. In a class full of freak athletes at the tackle position, Wills looks like the freakiest after posting a 91.6 run-blocking grade this year.

Wills previously went to the Giants in a PFF mock, so if you’d like to read about that, click here.

The second “perfect fit” PFF lists may be even more controversial.

Later — WR Tyler Johnson, Minnesota

Johnson may not have prodigious size or athleticism, but he just gets open again and again. He has finished in the top 10 in yards per route run in each of the past two seasons.

Johnson is currently projected to be taken in Round 2, but he’s an ascending prospect who could rise with a strong performance at the NFL Combine.

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