The 2019 NFL Draft saw the New York Giants select 10 players over the seven rounds, and some were met with anger while others were welcomed with glee.

One of the picks, as per ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay, that Giant fans should be excited by is Notre Dame cornerback Julian Love, who was selected at No. 108 overall.

McShay called this selection the best value of the ten picks the Giants made this week in Nashville.

Outside of quarterback — which the Giants did address, even if it was in a questionable way with Daniel Jones — cornerback was the team’s biggest problem. There was no one there outside of Janoris Jenkins. But Big Blue adds Love and Corey Ballentine to clean the position up a bit. Love is one of the more instinctive cornerbacks in the class, and while he is definitely at his best in off-man coverage, he can also play press. Love has fast eyes and pretty good ball skills, and he is an above-average tackler who won’t shy away from contact.

By getting him in the fourth round, the Giants got a very good player at a premium. I would have thought he’d be off the board by the closing bell on Day 2. He’s ready to play immediately, which is a good thing because there aren’t too many other options for New York.

I’m not sure cornerback was the Giants’ biggest problem. Sure, it was a need, but general manager Dave Gettleman addressed the depth issue there by dropping a cinder block on it, dedicating four of his 12 picks on the position (if you include Sam Beal). The Giants are still thin at pass rusher and tackle and he passed up a bevy of both by diving into the deep end of the cornerback pool.

McShay is right that Love should have been off the board in Round 2, so this is basically a gift for the Giants. But as we know, Gettleman sometimes doesn’t realize when he’s been given a gift. Last year, he was gifted Sam Darnold and refused and this year, he turned down an opportunity to draft Josh Allen.