The New York Giants could surely use a massive left tackle to protect franchise quarterback Daniel Jones and pancake defenders in the running game for Saquon Barkley.

There is such a player in this draft in Louisville’s Mekhi Becton, a 6-foot-7, 367-pound monster who said Wednesday at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis that he’d love to play for the Giants.

The Giants hold the fourth overall pick and barring something unforeseen, Becton should be sitting there when the Giants select. Daniel Jeremiah of the NFL Network believes that Becton is perfect for the Giants, whether they draft him at No. 4 or trade back a few spots to get him.

“To me Mekhi Becton is a freak, from Louisville, an absolute freak. I’m not in the business of trading off freaks at a need position. He’s a left tackle. He’s a better version of Bryant McKinnie. He’s going to be that guy for the next 10 to 12 years to protect your franchise quarterback. He’s so big, so long, so athletic, even when he is not perfect, it doesn’t matter because nobody can get through him. He’s 6’7″, 370 pounds.

You just don’t see guys like that come around very often. I know trade-back options exist. I know you can take a defensive playmaker. To me I’m not trading off that pick. I’m sitting there right there taking Mekhi Becton.”

So, there you have it. Becton wants to come to New York and the Giants should make that happen.