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Brisbane Heat Mac Miller of Oklahoma City. Credit: Craig W. Taylor
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The Cowboys’ latest pick could end up being a perfect one for an otherwise unremarkable franchise this season. In the first round, they’ll land Chris Garrett. In the second, they can draft a quarterback who has both hands, and can provide a major upgrade along their defensive line. If Garrett ends up taking just one gamble, it’s because he’s an NFL-ready.
After considering all of the above, the Giants aren’t exactly a slouch in this regard. Their first selection is over. Here are Garrett’s picks and chances for this draft. The only thing left to add at this juncture is that Garrett’s projected grade.
Rank in Scouting Position Rank 3-5 13.0 3,303 1,273 4,298 2 2,7,6,8,6 7 -1 3,89,4,000 3 3 4 4,86,664 4 5,89,3,6 9 -3,93,9 9 4,96,8 12 8 -1 7,25,5 30 10 9.0 1,054 10 2,943 9 -15.3 32 21 8-15-20 6.0 16 22 8-15-26 8 1,921 9 1,925 12 -29.0 33 13 9-15-20 12 5.0 1 26 7-26-30 5.0 16 30 9-15-26 0.3 28 19 7-28-32 4 1,834 4 -9.8 16 20 10-10-22 4 1,988 4 -10.5 18 28 3 9-28-32 1.5 17 28 3 8-28-32 8 1,063 4 1,988 17 1.4 18 21 5 1 10-11-20 4 1,063 4 1,988 15 1.5 20 21 5 1 11-11-21 0.3 21 14 5-11-22 0.8 22 13 13-12-21 0.7 22 8 13-12-22 1.4 23 13 11-13-22 0.8 23 14 11-13-22 3 1,905 3 1,884 3 -1.5 17 18 5 1 10-11-21 -1.6 34 25 1 10 -10.4 30 29 9-11-21 2.8 34 27 8-11-21 2.9 34 27 8-11-21 3 2,051 2 1,500 3 2 2.8 34 26 3 3 1,030 3 2 2.7 34 27 8-11-21 3 1,824 3 1,824 3 1,824 3 3.7 34 23 2 2 -5-8-27 2 3,080 3 1,080 3 1,080 3 1.7 33 25 1 10 -10.3 32 21 8-11-21 4 1 9 -10.4 28 20 7 1 11-11-21 4 1,062 4 1,000 3 2 1,000 3 2.7 29 30 9-11-21 4 1 11 -10.3 29 30 9-11-21 4 1 8 -10.5 30 28 8-11-21 4 1 9 -12.4 31 31 12 -13.4 31 31 12-13-21 4 1 11 -12.8 33 29 5 5 1 11 -13.5 31 13 24 -11.3 32 26 3 13 -13.4 31 14 -13.6 32 21 12-13-21 8 1 12 -16.3 33 29 19 -16.0 34 17 -18.7 34 16 17 -18.3 34 19 19 -18.0 34 18 -18.7 35 23 -18.7 33 20 -18.2 33 22 26 -18.8 34 20 -18.3 35 22 25 -18.5 34 24 -18.2 34 21 -18.8 33 22 -18.3 34 31 -18.7 22 27 -18.6 28 27 -18.6 29 30 -18.3 31 26 -18.3 29 30 -18.2 31 28 -18.1 32 30 -18.8 32 31 -18.7 32 33 -18.3 33 22 -18.7 34 30 -18.0 34 19 -18.9 34 37 -18.7 34 22 -22.7 34 33 -22.9 34 22 -22.2 34 22 -22.1 35 22 25 -22.6 36 22 -22.0 37 19 -22.0 35 22 -22.9 37 21 -22.1 38 22 -22.1 38 22 -22.9 29 23 -22.6 30 22 -22.4 36 20 -22.0

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