"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections New York Giants NewsGiants Training Camp 2016Giants vs. Eagles 2015 Color Rush Darius Slayton Jersey , Week 172019 NFL DraftMeet the Giants’ newest hog molly, Clemson DT Dexter LawrenceNew,63commentsDoes Clemson DT Dexter Lawrence make sense for the Giants?EDTShareTweetShareShareMeet the Giants’ newest hog molly, Clemson DT Dexter LawrenceJerome Miron-USA TODAY SportsDo the New York Giants need to draft another defensive tackle highly? That is a question they need to ask themselves heading in to the 2019 NFL Draft. Given the incredible depth of the front seven class, and the defensive tackle class in particular, they might not be able to avoid drafting one if they stick to a pure “best player available” model.As it stands Youth Darius Slayton Jersey , the Giants have B.J. Hill and Dalvin Tomlinson locked in as starters for 2019, but the Giants have a history of not extending their second round picks, and Tomlinson is entering the third year of his rookie contract. If the team doesn’t plan on extending Tomlinson after the 2020 season, perhaps they could look Dexter Lawrence out of Clemson. Lawrence was a key piece in the middle of the defensive front which lead Clemson to the National Championship. It is entirely possible that he will be the highest rated player on the Giants board for one of their picks. MeasurablesProsBig and massively powerful defensive tackle. Capable of playing multiple alignments in multiple fronts.Carries his weight very well and is surprisingly athletic for a 340 pound man. Uses hands well to deal with cut blocks.Immovable when he sinks his hips. Collapses pockets when playing behind his pads.Good effort in pursuit.ConsNot twitchy enough to be a consistent pass rush threat. Can be pushed around by offensive linemen if his hips and pad level rises. Needs to improve his hand usage and become more consistent.Prospect VideoWhat They’re Saying - Joe Marino (The Draft Network - Scouting Report) Does He Fit The Giants?Every defensive scheme needs a good nose tackle, so yes, Lawrence fits in their defense. However Womens Darius Slayton Jersey , he could be so much more than just a nose tackle. While many will look at his 6-foot-4, 340-pound frame and picture him clogging running lanes and holding up guard/center double-teams, he is also capable of lining up as a 3-technique or 5-technique depending on down, distance, and subpackages. Lawrence did not get a chance to perform a full combine workout after straining a quad running a 5.05 second 40-yard dash, but that and his game tape is enough to prove his athleticism. When he plays with good leverage and hand usage Authentic Darius Slayton Jersey , Lawrence can be an immovable object or an irresistible force. There are few offensive linemen who can stand up to Lawrence’s bull rush when he is able to get his hands inside their shoulders and under their pads. That being said, when he does let his pad level rise, he can be bent back and pushed around. Lawrence does have some upside as a pass rusher, but it is dependent on his power. His hands aren’t terribly fast, and (understandably) his lateral agility isn’t fantastic, which can limit him in short areas. Of course Darius Slayton Jersey Boys , for a player his size, we shouldn’t expect mobility like a 290- or 300-pound player. His versatility could make for an interesting rotation with B.J. Hill and Dalvin Tomlinson if the Giants do decide to select him. When the Giants traded for Jabrill Peppers this offseason, the general reaction was that they were making a move to replace Landon Collins at safety in their secondary.Peppers wasn’t just a defensive player in college or with Cleveland, however. He played both ways and returned kicks at Michigan and kept up the special teams work with the Browns.Peppers started every game for the Browns on defense while serving as their primary kickoff and punt returner, but played just under 65 percent of the defensive snaps. The Giants kept their starting safeties on the field pretty much every snap when healthy and special teams coach Thomas McGaughey said he has “no reservation” about keeping Peppers as a returner even if he’s playing more on defense.“The guy is a for-sure ball-handler,” said McGaughey Infant Darius Slayton Jersey , via NJ.com. “Can make all the cuts full speed. He just brings juice.”Peppers may get a break on some or most kickoffs as Corey Coleman averaged 26 yards per return for the Giants last year, but it sounds like he’ll be continuing to be a factor as a returner in his first year with the Giants.