The 2020 NFL Draft is more than 10 months away and literally everything is left to be determined, but during this dry time across the league, why not speculate on what could be?

That’s exactly what our friends over at Draft Wire did on Monday morning, releasing their latest two-round mock draft with the order determined based on current Super Bowl odds.

For the New York Giants, that meant selecting at No. 4 overall, where they snagged Alabama wide receiver Jerry Jeudy.

The Giants do seem to be trending toward a wide receiver (very) early on, which makes sense given the uncertainty at the position in the aftermath of an Odell Beckham Jr. trade. However, the team seems confident in Sterling Shepard, Golden Tate and the slew at lesser names behind them.

Still, Jeudy is already considered one of the most elite receivers the country has seen in years.

Here’s a take from The Pick Is In:

Athletically, Jeudy possesses rare traits. He has more juice than any receiver who’s entered the NFL in many, many years and will be able to challenge even the most schooled defensive backs because of his unbelievable speed and agility. Jeudy gets to full speed instantly, changes directions effortlessly, and has the kind of body control unique to the game’s best wide receivers.

He’s also a reliable catcher of the football, which is oftentimes taken for granted. He has soft mitts and does a nice job securing the ball before turning upfield. His contested-catch ability is somewhat unknown; he’s usually created so much separation in his routes that he’s rarely in contested situations.

As a route-runner, Jeudy flashes an uncoverable double move and a very effective jab step. He presses the stem hard and can snap into his breaks to create separation on intermediate routes. But his bread and butter is down the field, where he wins with those double moves and flat out juice. He glides away from defensive backs in such effortless fashion. It’s fun to watch.

In Round 2, Draft Wire has the Giants taking Washington offensive tackle Trey Adams.

Although the Giants have signed veteran Mike Remmers to play right tackle, it remains entirely plausible they look to find a more long-term answer at the position, so it would make sense to address that position in the 2020 draft.

Adams is considered one of the top offensive line prospects in college football, but he’s dealt with several serious injuries, including a back issue that ruined his 2018 campaign. He’ll need to remain completely healthy this coming season to warrant a high pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.