The Giants are so far sitting tight at No. 4 in the 2020 NFL Draft, where most -- if not all -- of the highest-rated offensive linemen should be waiting.
It's also likely that Isaiah Simmons will be waiting at No. 4 if the Giants want to go that route. Or they could trade back and potentially still get their top choice.
SNY's Ralph Vacchiano recently made his seven-round mock. Here's how the other latest mocks see things shaking out...
CBS Sports: OL Jedrick Wills, Alabama
As most expect will be the case, Ryan Wilson's latest mock has Joe Burrow, Chase Young, and Jeff Okudah going No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3, respectively, meaning the four highest-rated offensive linemen will be on the board when the Giants pick at No. 4.
The Giants are in dire need of stability on the offensive line, and they get it here with Wills. The right tackle made 27-straight starts for Alabama and was a second-team All-American while being named to the All-SEC first team in 2019 during what was his junior season.
By taking Wills, the Giants would be leaving Mekhi Becton, Tristan Wirfs, and Andrew Thomas on the board.
Of the above three, Becton has been the one most-connected to Big Blue, and Thomas has been viewed by most as someone who will not go nearly as high as No. 4.
WalterFootball: OL Tristan Wirfs, Iowa
The latest WalterFootball mock has a shakeup at No. 3, with the Dolphins trading up with the Lions to nab quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. But instead of the Giants deviating from what many expect to be their plan to nab an offensive lineman, they stick with it.
This mock has them taking Wirfs, who has played both left tackle and right tackle and did not allow a sack during his sophomore season at Iowa.
Like the CBS Sports mock, the Giants would be passing up Simmons.
USA Today: LB/S Isaiah Simmons, Clemson
There has been buzz building regarding Simmons and the Giants, and Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz of USA Today has that buzz translating to action, with Big Blue taking Simmons at No. 4.
"Giants GM Dave Gettleman ultimately will have to decide how the defensive shapeshifter measures up against the first tier of offensive tackles, but Simmons possesses plenty of skills that are in short supply in New York," Middlehurst-Schwartz writes.
NFL.com: LB/S Isaiah Simmons, Clemson
Like the latest USA Today mock, Charles Davis of NFL.com has the Giants passing up all of the top offensive linemen and selecting Simmons.
Simmons, a freak of nature who can play all over the field, saw time as a linebacker, cornerback, defensive end, and safety while playing at Clemson.