By Doug Rush
With the 2017 NFL season now in the rear window, focus will shift to the upcoming 2018 NFL Draft.
For the New York Giants, they’ll have a little over two months to determine what they want to do with the No. 2 overall pick. The general feeling has been using said pick on a quarterback. Others might think the Giants could use the pick on a running back or an offensive lineman.
But for the most part, the projections have been a quarterback for the Giants.
In Todd McShay of ESPN’s latest mock draft, he selected Josh Rosen of UCLA for the Giants with the number two pick.
New coach Pat Shurmur has publicly supported 37-year-old Eli Manning as New York’s starting QB next season, so this pick remains the same as my last mock. The Giants could take Rosen as the heir apparent, but I wouldn’t be surprised if a team traded with New York to get ahead of the Jets and Broncos in an effort to grab Rosen. Drafting Saquon Barkley to pair with Odell Beckham Jr. could be a possibility as well. The Giants have a lot of...