With the NFL Draft less than three weeks away, the Giants are bringing two top defensive line prospects in for visits, reports Ian Rapoport of NFL.com.
Clemson DE Clelin Ferrell and Houston DT Ed Oliver -- whose visit was expected -- will be meeting with Big Blue.
The Giants, who have the No. 6 and No. 17 picks in the Draft, have a bunch of different ways they can go with either pick, and selecting a defensive player with one (or both) of their picks is a possibility.
According to Rapoport, Ferrell has also spent time with the Buccaneers (who have the No. 5 pick) and Panthers (who have the No. 16 pick).
The 21-year-old Oliver, who is expected to become an instant starter for whoever picks him, is viewed as an "elite athlete with high-end foot quickness, agility and fluidity," but whose "unimposing frame" is small for a DT in the NFL, according to NFL.com's Draft profile.
Ferrell, 21, is also viewed as an instant starter in the NFL.
According to NFL.com's scouting report, some of his attributes are the opposite of Oliver's, with Ferrell viewed as having a prototypical frame for a DE in the NFL, but "below-average fluidity and agility."