Full first-round 2021 NFL mock draft sees Miami Dolphins trading down
By Pablo Rosero
Florida tight end Pitts gives the Giants an elite offensive prospect
Von Miller is expected to hit free agency this season meaning he will find a new home. Parsons fits the mold for what Miller will be leaving behind. The only issue is Parsons has his own off the field issues, something that has plagued Miller for the past few months. If Denver can get past Parsons off the field issues and pair him with Bradley Chubb, it could pay off in the long run.
The Cowboys drafted Trevon Diggs in the second round last year and he did show strides, but they need to add someone capable on the other side. Farley is viewed by some as the best corner in the draft ahead of Surtain. Falling to Dallas at 10 gives them a very capable corner.
The Florida tight end has the potential to be a special player, especially with his skill set close to Dareen Waller. The Mackey award winner has a special blend of strength, size, and route running for a tight end and should be an immediate contributor for any offense.
The Giants need to give Daniel Jones additional weapons and Pitts is an ideal choice that can line up alone on the outside, or play with his hand in the ground. And yes, I still think this is the best player and best option for the G-Men.