7. New York Giants (via Chicago Bears): Drake London, WR, USC
There are a whole lot of wide receivers in this class that could help whichever NFL team drafts them immediately. While Drake London might not be the first one who comes to mind, he might need to be.
Listed at 6-foot-5 and 210-pounds, London looks the part of an outside receiver — and while he excels in that area — he’s actually a monster inside as well. In the red zone, he will also create problems due to his size and his basketball background which will help him out-leap everyone.
Daniel Jones could have one final shot to be the face of the New York Giants and adding London to the mix means he has everything he needs to succeed.
8. Atlanta Falcons: David Ojabo, EDGE, Michigan
Again, there will be calls to replace Matt Ryan, especially with his contract being so outrageous in 2022. But the Atlanta Falcons might not replace the man with the largest cap hit in league history, but could instead re-work his deal and roll with No. 2 once again.
While there’s a real debate to be had about this strategy, this is also not the year to take a chance on a quarterback if you do have someone you believe can lead you where you want to go. With that being said, the Falcons turn their attention to the defensive side of the ball where they land David Ojabo from Michigan.
Ojabo burst onto the scene in 2021 and could work his way into a top-10 positioning with a strong collection of workouts.