Kevin Boss is a nice role player, but the Giants should at least look into the tight end market during the draft.
Boss has struggled with injuries and disappears at times during the game. H-back Travis Beckum is not polished or big enough to handle the grind week-in and week-out from the tight end position and is better used as a receiving option out of the backfield or when two-tight end sets are used.
Kyle Rudolph is the top tight end on the list, but unless the Giants are ready to use a first-round pick on him (which they shouldn't), they won't get him. D.J. Williams from Arkansas will be available in the second round, but again, it's not an important enough need for the Giants to waste such a high pick.
Look for the Giants to maybe go after Wisconsin's Lance Kendricks in the fourth round. Kendricks is big (6-foot-4, 241 pounds) with good hands and good speed after the catch. He's coming off a big season, where he was named first-team All-Big Ten, an AP second-team All-American and a SI.com first-team All-American.