Finally Giants meet with  their $98.5million transfer top target who choose them over rivals in 2023…

There are only 15 days left until the 2024 NFL Draft, which will take place in Detroit.

As the top 30 visits continue, the New York Giants have scheduled a meeting on Monday with one of the top quarterbacks of this year’s rookie class in Heisman Trophy winner Jayden Daniels, per NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.

Daniels led LSU to a 9-3 finish in 2023, throwing for 3,812 yards, 40 touchdowns, and a 72.2% completion percentage while rushing for 1,134 yards and 10 touchdowns.

The standout quarterback became the third player in LSU history to win the Heisman award joining Joe Burrow and Billy Cannon.

With the Giants picking sixth overall in this year’s draft, the likelihood of drafting Daniels may require a trade moving up.

In addition to Daniels, the Giants also had meetings with other top quarterback prospects like North Carolina’s Drake Maye and Michigan’s J.J. McCarthy.

Jones regressed vastly, and he didn’t seem to be on the same page with HC Brian Daboll.

The offense looked better and smoother when he was on the shelf, and there were always injury concerns about him.

There are reports about the Giants considering getting a new franchise quarterback in the upcoming edition of the NFL Draft.

Needless to say, they would most likely have to trade up to do so, as they’re currently slated to pick at No. 6, and all the top guys might be gone by then.

With that in mind, Pat Leonard of the NY Daily News reported that Drake Maye is the guy for the Giants.

They’re locked in with the UNC product as their guy for the future, and he’d be the only guy they would consider trading up for, and he looks like a good fit for coach Daboll and the kind of offense he likes to run.

Notably, this makes plenty of sense.

For starters, the Washington Commanders are likely to get Jaden Daniels, and they won’t consider trading back because they need a quarterback as well.

The New England Patriots, Arizona Cardinals, and Los Angeles Chargers could be convinced to give up their first-round pick at the right price.

Then again, they’re going to have to make a Godfather-like offer to get their hands on one of their picks.

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