New York Giants: Cole Turner, TE, Nevada
We already had Romeo Doubs on this list and now we get his teammate, tight end Cole Turner.
The New York Giants just recently introduced Brian Daboll as their next head coach not long after hiring Joe Schoen as general manager.
The Giants want a piece of what the Buffalo Bills are doing, and that makes sense given the ridiculous success the Bills have had offensively under Daboll the past handful of seasons.
One of the key acquisitions that Bills front office made in recent years was drafting tight end Dawson Knox out of Ole Miss. Knox just enjoyed a big-time breakout campaign in Buffalo with nine touchdown receptions, and that kind of success could prompt Schoen and Daboll to look for someone who could have a similar impact for Daniel Jones (or whoever else) in New York.
Cole Turner could be that guy.
At 6-foot-6, 246 pounds, Turner is built like an oversized wide receiver and that’s kind of what he is.
You’re not going to be trying to utilize this type of player as an in-line blocker on a regular basis, but if you’re talking about a Dawson Knox or Travis Kelce type of role?
He could thrive at the next level.