Todd McShay has UCLA QB Josh Rosen still going to the Giants with the second overall selection in his latest mock draft.
The ESPN analyst understands new head coach Pat Shurmur and GM Dave Gettleman backed Eli Manning as the starter for next season, but that doesn't mean they pass up on Rosen's talent.
"New head coach Pat Shurmur has publicly supported 37-year-old Eli Manning as New York's starting QB next season, so this pick reamins the same as my last mock," McShay writes. "The Giants could take Rosen as the heir apparent, but I wouldn't be surprised if a team traded with the New York to get ahead of the Jets and Broncos to try to grab Rosen. Drafting Saquon Barkley to pair with Odell Beckham Jr. could be a possibility as well. The Giants have a lot of options."
Rosen, who turns 21 later this week, and USC's Sam Darnold, have been debated all season as to who is the best quarterback coming out of the draft. McShay sees Darnold going first overall to the Cleveland Browns, making the Giants pounce on the 6-foot-4, 218 pound quarterback.
This season, Rosen has seen career highs in yards (3,717), touchdowns (26), and completion percentage (62.5). However, as McShay points out, Rosen's "coachability" and desire to play the game as brought questions to the type of player the Giants would be drafting. Immaturity has also been a point when judging his character.