The Giants have several needs to address throughout the remainder of the offseason -- not simply the future at quarterback.
One position group that could use an influx of dynamic talent is the defensive line. On Tuesday, defensive coordinator James Bettcher and defensive line coach Gary Emmanuel attended Alabama's pro day, specifically to check out defensive line prospect Quinnen Williams, according to Paul Schwartz of the New York Post.
Williams is a projected top-five Draft pick, and the Giants hold the sixth and 17th overall picks in the first round. If he does slide to the Giants, though, perhaps his talent will be too much for Dave Gettleman to pass up, even though the general manager desires to secure the franchise's quarterback of the future sooner rather than later.
If both Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins, who Giants coach Pat Shurmur and offensive coordinator Mike Shula will watch at his pro day on Wednesday, and Oklahoma's Kyler Murray are both taken in the top five, however, Gettleman may instead shift priorities to the defensive side of the ball. And it's no guarantee that if either are available the Giants will select him.
ESPN analyst Mel Kiper Jr. actually had Williams going to the Jets in his latest mock draft, but Gang Green is also interested in pass-rushers Ohio State's Nick Bosa and Kentucky's Josh Allen at the No. 3 spot in the first round.
The Birmingham, Ala. native played nine games in 2017 before breaking out last year with 71 total tackles -- 45 solo and 19.5 for a loss -- and eight sacks in 15 games for the national runner-ups. Williams profiles as a run-stopper up the middle and has the ability to draw double-teams in the trenches.