The New York Giants have the 11th pick in this year's NFL Draft and honestly, they're sitting pretty. Considering they don't need a quarterback this year and there are five QBs that everyone is targeting there should be plenty of talent waiting for the Giants at the 11th pick. ESPN Giants insider Jordan Ranaan joined us and while pointing out what players he feels could be available for Big Blue I think he tipped his hand as to which player he believes should be the Giants target.

Assuming that the five quarterbacks go in the top ten, wide receivers Ja'Marr Chase, Devonta Smith, and Jaylen Waddle will all be in the mix as well as offensive linemen Penai Sewell and Rashawn Slater and not to mention the second-ranked player on most draft boards Tight End Kyle Pitts. Simple math dictates that the Giants should have a shot at a top WR or OL. When I asked Ranaan about the negative reports that Northwestern OT Rashawn Slater's arm length, he got fired up. Listen below and you'll hear what sounds like a pretty good case for the Giants to hope Slater falls to 11.

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The NFL Draft is setting up nicely for the Giants to either stand pack at 11 and pick the best available player or possibly trade back if one of the QB's falls and another team sees an opportunity to get them. Make sure you join us at Katie O'Byrne's in Schenectady for the first round of the draft this Thursday night.

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