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New York Giants 7-round mock draft: Malik Nabers, Braden Fiske headline a group of impact players

2T4WN5P LSU wide receiver Malik Nabers (8) runs a pass route during an NCAA college football game against Army, Saturday, Oct. 21, 2023, in Baton Rouge, La.. (Matt Patterson via AP)

• Malik Nabers, long predicted to be the Giants' top pick, bolsters the team's WR corps: New York could use more receiving weapons, and Nabers is that and more.

• Giants get stronger on the backend: The team adds cornerbacks Khyree Jackson and Nehemiah Pritchett in this mock draft to aid the coverage unit.

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As the 2024 NFL Draft nears, our seven-round team mock draft series continues with the New York Giants.

Round 1, Pick 6: WR Malik Nabers, LSU

Nabers' movement skills are rare, even at the NFL level. His ability to change direction yet continue to accelerate makes him an open-target specialist in the slot and on the outside. He has the kind of athleticism that demands a defense to know where he is at all times as a future WR1.

Round 2, Pick 47: DI Braden Fiske, Florida State

Fiske's measurements are not ideal, but he has an NFL-level football IQ and pass-rush quickness to be a potential impact player as a 4-3 defensive tackle, even with some run-defense deficiencies.

Round 3, Pick 70: CB Khyree Jackson, Oregon

Jackson is an alluring prospect because his combination of size and athleticism doesn't come around often. However, he must anticipate routes better and not rely on his recovery speed as much. If he can do this, he can be a starting-caliber cornerback in the NFL with a shutdown skill set.

Round 4, Pick 107: RB MarShawn Lloyd, USC

Lloyd is a starting NFL-caliber athlete for the running back position. If he can improve his vision to see space before it opens up, he can be an impact starter.

Round 5, Pick 166: CB Nehemiah Pritchett, Auburn

Pritchett's quickness and special teams experience make him a cornerback to draft and develop. He needs to get stronger to earn a full-time role in the NFL.

Round 6, Pick 183: T Nathan Thomas, Louisiana

If you keep things in a phone booth, Thomas has the power profile to make the roster as a depth offensive tackle in a man/gap offense.

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