The 2020 NFL Draft is three weeks away and at this very moment is the only thing that is still on the sports schedule. Assuming nothing changes, here’s how I would run the New York Giants’ draft this year.

Using The Draft Network’s mock draft simulator which does not permit for trades, I ran the first six rounds of the draft in the shoes of Dave Gettleman, throwing in my own twist here and there.

Round 1, Pick 4

There was so much to choose from here, it almost makes no sense not to trade out and get more draft capital. But we couldn’t, so we made a pick. Imagine a scenario in which all four top offensive tackles, Isaiah Simmons, Tua Tagovailoa and Justin Herbert are all staring you in the face? You know you’re going to get a stud, but which one?

I chose Louisville left tackle Mekhi Becton. He reminds me a lot of Orlando Pace and has the size/ability combination to be a dominant player in the NFL. It’s about time the Giants got themselves a scary franchise left tackle who can kick some ass, so this was the golden opportunity to finally cross that need off the list.

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