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defensive lineman Janoris Jenkins Color Rush Jersey , and Oliver could be that guy"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections New York Giants NewsGiants Training Camp 2016Giants vs. Eagles 2015, Week 172019 NFL DraftHouston DL Ed Oliver could be a difference maker for the Giants’ defenseNew,49commentsDave Gettleman is looking for an impact defensive lineman, and Oliver could be that guyEDTShareTweetShareShareHouston DL Ed Oliver could be a difference maker for the Giants’ defenseTroy Taormina-USA TODAY SportsHouston’s Ed Oliver has been one of the most hotly anticipated draft prospects to come out in years, probably since Jadeveon Clowney was drafted in 2014. The 6-foot-2, 285-pound athletic freak has been on the NFL’s radar since he was a coveted high school recruit. He surprised by landing in Houston, but never made any secret of the fact that his goal was to be a top draft pick and play in the NFL. Oliver will finally be drafted this year, and will be one of the first players selected in the 2019 NFL Draft. The New York Giants happen to need difference makers at every level of their defense, and have a general manager with a penchant for selecting defensive tackles. After posting elite jumps at the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine and a pro day short shuttle which eclipsed Saquon Barkley’s -- not to mention three years at Houston where he produced despite being out of position -- Oliver should be firmly on the Giants’ radar for the sixth overall selection. MeasurablesProsIncredible athlete. Elite burst, agility, and speed for the position.Surprisingly good power for an undersized tackle.Incredible first step. Consistently the first player moving.Fantastic movement skills. Moves like a player 40 pounds lighter.Plays with good pad level and leverage.Routinely disrupts in the backfield.Productive and disruptive despite being played out of position.Great hustle. Plays with a wide-open motor.ConsNeeds to continue to improve his hand usage. Light and lacks length compared to the position prototype. Prospect VideoWhat They’re Saying - Joe Marino (The Draft Network - Scouting Report) Does He Fit The Giants?Of the “blue chip” players likely to be available when the Giants are selecting at sixth overall, Ed Oliver might present the best fit and value. His tape can be a bit of a challenge to scout as he was horribly (and mystifyingly) miscast as a 0-technique nose tackle in Houston’s defensive scheme. The fact that he got the production that he did from that position is a testament to his abilities as a disruptive presence on the defensive interior. Oliver is commonly cast as a 3-technique in a 4-3 Under defense, and while some might assume that makes him a bad schematic fit for the Giants Riley Dixon Color Rush Jersey , it isn’t an obstacle at all. Not only did the Giants play with a four-man front on the majority of their downs, but Oliver’s power and athleticism more than make up for any lack of length on his part. The purpose of drafting linemen with long arms is to help ensure that your player gets his hands on the other guy first. Oliver’s explosive first step, natural leverage and power, and fluid movement skills should up for the time that a couple inches of arm length would afford. That athleticism also offers a host of possibilities for a creative defensive mind. Not only will it make him a dangerous pass rusher once he is put in position to do so, but it will also allow him to rush from all over the defensive front or even drop into a shallow zone to create confusion on the offensive line. Oliver is not yet a finished product, and he will need coaching -- particularly in his technique and hand usage to help finish rushes. There was also an incident where he got into a dust-up with Houston’s (since fired) head coach. The argument started when Oliver sat out the game after suffering a knee injury the week before, and opted to wear a jacket on the sideline. Houston’s coach didn’t want his players wearing jackets on the sideline and an argument ensued. Oliver fits the Giants’ defense, regardless of which sub-package or alignment they happen to be in, and should present good value, even at the sixth overall pick. The bigger question is whether or not a 280 pound defensive tackle is too small for Dave Gettleman, or whether Oliver will be selected by a team drafting in front of the Giants. Is Hakeem Butler’s size the missing ingredient in the Giants’ offense?"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections New York Giants NewsGiants Training Camp 2016Giants vs. Eagles 2015, Week 172019 NFL DraftDrafting Hakeem Butler would finally give Giants fans the big receiver they’ve been asking forNew,49commentsIs Hakeem Butler’s size the missing ingredient in the Giants’ offense?EDTShareTweetShareShareDrafting Hakeem Butler would finally give Giants fans the big receiver they’ve been asking forKirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsNew York Giants fans have been aching for a big receiver. They have looked to the draft for a receiver who would look at home on an NBA court since an ill-fated night more than a decade ago when Plaxico Burress made a bad decision and ended his night -- and career with the Giants -- with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Let’s look at Iowa State’s 6-foot-5 3/8 Mario Edwards Jr Color Rush Jersey , 227-pound Hakeem Butler.Last year the average size of the 1,000-yard receivers in the NFL was roughly 6-foot-1, and 207 pounds, and the Giants have had a quartet of very (to wildly) successful receivers who were average to under-sized since then. But still the desire for a big receiver remains, and Giants’ fans might have found their kindred spirit in Dave Gettleman. Gettleman has already stated that “football is a big man’s game”, and he has a history of drafting mammoth receivers at Carolina. And after shipping Odell Beckham Jr. to the Cleveland Browns, the GIants have a big hole in their offense. Gettleman could look to fill that hole with Hakeem Butler out of Iowa State, one of the biggest receiver in the draft.MeasurablesProsOutstanding size and athleticism. Good release off the line of scrimmage against zone or off-man coverageVery strong hands to make catches in traffic.Extends to snatch the ball out of the air.Played both wide receiver and slot.Very physical and plays up to expectations for his size and strength.ConsNeeds to get better separating from press-man coverage.Route running needs work.Field awareness seems questionable at times.Suffers some concentration drops.Isn’t dynamic after the catch.Numbers Of NoteStatistics from Dan PizzutaPer the Sports Info Solutions Rookie Handbook, Butler’s 3.7 yards per route run ranks third in this class behind Andy Isabella (4.2) and Emmanuel Hall (3.9)Butler’s 5.12 Target Yards Added is sixth among receivers in this draft classWhile Butler had an average depth of target (aDOT) of 15.9 in 2018, only 47.2 percent of his routes went further than 15 yards down the field, just below the class average of 48.6 percent.24.6 percent of Butler’s routes came from the slotProspect VideoWhat They’re Saying - Joe Marino (The Draft Network - Scouting Report)Does He Fit The Giants?Whether or not Hakeem Butler fits the Giants’ offense is an interesting question at this point. Despite adding Golden Tate in free agency, the Giants don’t have a receiver on the roster who can truly threaten defenses and do so from the outside. In that, Butler would be a solid fit for the Giants -- he fills a massive hole at which they do not have player with a proven track record of success. But taking things a step further Nate Solder Color Rush Jersey , Butler’s fit in the Giants offense is a bit more tenuous. Their scheme is dependent on quick passes and precision route running to allow receivers to separate quickly and move as a unit within the concept of any particular play. Those traits are not among Butler’s strong points as a receiver coming out. He is a big, physical bully with surprising athleticism, but quick and precise do not describe his game at all. And there will be a limit to just how far he can advance that part of his game. Butler can’t escape physics, and will never have the cutting ability of a player like Sterling Shepard who is not only about 30 pounds lighter, but also eight inches shorter, and able to drop his hips that much lower.There is a place in the Giants’ offense for a player like Butler, who will primarily be a linear receiver at the next level, using his size and speed to overwhelm defensive backs. The Giants could use a player like Butler in short yardage and red zone situations, as well as helping to keep defenses from stacking the line of scrimmage against the run. And Butler’s size will likely appeal to Dave Gettleman, who has repeatedly drafted mammoth receivers in the past, and seemed to favor them in free agency. If the Giants want to draft him, they will likely have to do so in the middle of the first round -- and with the understanding that he will need time and coaching to reach his potential.

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