New York Giants seem to be trending towards a ruff rusher with No. 6 overall elections in 2019 NFL Draft, so it should come as a little surprise that they are actively meeting each potential goal.
Report: Giants lean heavily on taking a pass rusher at No. 6
On Tuesday, it will be Nick Bosa's turn when the talented Ohio State Defensive End arrives in East Rutherford.
] Bosa is widely regarded as one of the premier-coloring talent available in the draft, so he would be a no-brainer for Giants at no. 6. However, it is likely that Bosa leaves the table long before New York is clocked.
Here's a quick look at what friends at Draft Wire should say about Bosa:
Bosa's 2018 season was shorter due to a seasonal-related core injury in October. Consistently blinking its domination against offensive tackles, while in Ohio State, Bosa is set to be a striker in the NFL.
He is extremely projectable and fits almost all defensive arrangements with the versatility of being moved all the way up and down the line. Bosa is a physically impressive player as he blinks dominating moves as both a passport rider and runs the defender. He is skilled and strong with his hand application, bursts the line with scrimmage and great effort to get into the backfield.
Bosa understands how to throw blocks and exploit weaknesses from his opponent. His soccer IQ, speed, agility and athleticism are all above average. Bosa just scrapes the surface of its potential and should be one of the best defensive gamblers in the years to come.
If the Jews were to somehow land Bosa, which could include a trade to get him, he would immediately give a
Bosa met earlier with the hunters on Ohio State's Pro Day, but the team appeared much more interested in quarterback Dwayne Haskins at that time.