Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray announced his intention to enter the 2019 NFL Draft this week and since then the possibilities for this talented young man have boomeranging around the internet.

Of course, with the New York Giants in the market for a young stud at quarterback, Murray’s name is being bandied about on social media as a possible successor to future Hall of Famer Eli Manning.

One player who thinks so is last year’s draft stud, running back Saquon Barkley, who believes Murray will be a great pro and any team that gets him will benefit.

TMZ Sports caught up with Barkley this week and the budding superstar was all for adding not just Murray, but Pittsburgh Steelers’ wide receiver Antonio Brown as well, to the Giants’ offensive mix.

Should the Giants draft Kyler Murray to replace Eli Manning??

Saquon Barkley ain’t so sure about all that — “that’s above my pay grade,” he says — but the Giants superstar DOES think Kyler’s got a huge NFL career ahead of him regardless.

“I got to personally play with him in The Opening in high school — I played 7-on-7 with him. So, I know what he’s about and I know how talented he is.”

“I think there’s a lot of talented quarterbacks in the class and all those guys have a great future.”

Barkley also had some thoughts on Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown.

We also spoke with Barkley about Antonio Brown … and he says it’s a no-brainer the Giants should go after him at all costs.

“I think that’s an easy answer — anybody would want to play with him.”

Sooo … Kyler, Saquon, Odell and A.B. in NYC in 2019?!?!

Naturally, there’s several hurdles the Giants must clear to make all of this happen. First, with Murray, they have to convince themselves that his body type will be able to stand up to the NFL landscape. He’s listed at 5-feet-10, but that’s a generous measurement.

Then, they are likely to get into a bidding war with the Oakland A’s for his services of they select him. Also, is he worth the 6th overall selection? Can they get him in Round 2 or even later? Maybe so…

As for Brown, he’s basically out of Pittsburgh but has only completed two years of the five-year, $72.71 million deal he signed back in 2017. The Giants would have to do some serious maneuvering in order to get Brown, which would likely mean trading Odell Beckham Jr. for him. It doesn’t seem feasible to have both on the roster.