The prevailing wisdom is that Giants GM Dave Gettleman will take an offensive lineman with the No. 4 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft or opt for versatile defender Isaiah Simmons.
And with the draft roughly two weeks away, the Giants have a meeting set up with one of the "big four" offensive linemen.
Georgia's Andrew Thomas, who will likely go in the first half of the first round along with Mekhi Becton, Tristan Wirfs, and Jedrick Wills, has a meeting set with the Giants for this week, reports Jordan Reid of The Draft Network.
According to Reid, Thomas has already met with over 15 teams, including the Miami Dolphins, Cleveland Browns, Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Los Angeles Chargers, and Jacksonville Jaguars.
For the Giants, who have had Becton, Wirfs, Wills, and Simmons mocked to them the most, it's fair to wonder if Thomas could be a fallback option for them further down in the first round if they decide to trade back.
In Ralph Vacchiano's latest seven-round mock, he had the Giants doing just that --but only as far as No. 5, where he had them selecting Wills.
Thomas, 21, was once viewed as the top offensive lineman in the draft, but he has since fallen behind Becton, Wirfs, and Wills in the eyes of most experts.