Kadarius Toney, WR, Florida: GM Dave Gettleman trades down for the first time in his nine drafts as an NFL GM and picks up a 2022 first-rounder and Toney, who was a nightmare out of the slot for the Gators in his senior year – exploding for 70 catches and 984 yards with 10 TDs. Toney should be effective alongside TE Evan Engram and newly signed WR Kenny Golladay as Gettleman surrounds third-year QB Daniel Jones with weapons. To get more [b][url=https://www.giantsnfl.com/WomensGame]Giants WOMENS GAME[/url][/b] with cheap price, you can visit giantsnfl.com official website.
Round 2 (50, from Dolphins) - Azeez Ojulari, DE/LB, Georgia: He led the SEC with 8½ sacks in 2020 and was so well respected that he was named a team captain as a freshman. Can man the edge in odd or even fronts. The Giants didn't have a five-sack performance from any of their edge players in 2020. Draft tracker
Round 3 (71, from Broncos) - Aaron Robinson, CB, Central Florida: New York continues building out secondary depth even after signing Adoree' Jackson in free agency. Robinson, who started out at Alabama, only intercepted one pass in four seasons.
The New York Giants revealed this week that Toney will wear No. 89 with the club. Toney is no stranger to switching up his jersey number, having worn three numbers in four years at Florida. Toney wore No. 17 as a freshman, switched to No. 4 as a sophomore and finished his career wearing No. 1 in his junior and senior seasons.
After a first-team All-SEC season in 2020, Toney was selected by the Giants with the No. 20 overall in Round 1 of the 2021 NFL Draft. The team is currently holding its rookie mini camp.