The Post’s Brian Costello, Paul Schwartz and Ryan Dunleavy all spent last week at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis covering which players have caught the eye of the Giants and Jets, both of whom have multiple top-10 picks in this year’s draft . Let’s recap what we’ve learned from the text messages the experts at The Post sent to Sports+ members on the Inside the NFL Draft thread. If you haven’t already signed up to get the latest draft rumblings straight to your phone, You can do this here.
Tuesday March 1st
The QB-powered trading market emerges…
• The feeling I had with GMs and coaches at Combine today is that not everyone agrees with the idea of no QB being drafted into the top 10 picks this year. That’s only happened once since 2001, and this is just the beginning of what one source puts “infatuation season” for draft prospects.
For the Giants and Jets, teams falling in love with these QBs means creating a trade market for 4 picks in the top 10, specifically the #4 Jets and #5 Giants when the Panthers are QB chasing No. 1 go 6.
– Ryan Dunleavy
https://nypost.com/2022/03/06/nfl-combine-revelations-about-giants-jets-draft-plans/ NFL Combine revelations on Giants and Jets draft plans