There are countless scenarios when it comes to how the 2015 NFL Draft will unfold.
Throughout the week, Giants.com is looking at a handful of them as they pertain to the Giants' first-round pick at No. 9.
In this one, WFAN reporter and Giants broadcaster Paul Dottino examined the team's possibilities if there is only one quarterback, Jameis Winston, taken in the top 10 with wide receivers Amari Cooper and Kevin White, defensive linemen Leonard Williams and Dante Fowler Jr., and offensive lineman Brandon Scherff also off the board.
Dottino projected Michigan State cornerback Trae Waynes, who was first-team All-Big Ten in 2014.
"Now we're talking about a very interesting pick because this guy is by far the best cover corner in this draft," Dottino said of Waynes, who was a semifinalist for the Thorpe Award, which is presented to the nation's top defensive back. "A really good player out of Michigan State, [I] like him very much. The only thing he does is he's touchy feely, draws a lot of penalties. He's got to be more disciplined."
Meanwhile, Dottino added that if the Giants still wanted to look at the offensive line, LSU's La'el Collins could be an interesting prospect should Scherff be gone by the ninth pick.
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"I think next to Scherff he is the second-best offensive tackle in this draft," Dottino said of Collins, who was named second-team All-America as a senior in 2014 and won the Jacobs Blocking Trophy as the top offensive lineman in the SEC. "He can also play guard -- big, powerful, strong guy. Coming out of LSU, I really like him a lot. So he would be my guy if I went O-lineman."