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    1st Round: Oj Howard, Alabama. TE
    - Dude is the total package, he's a good recieving threat and an even better blocker. Scouts believe he hasnt even tapped his potential when it comes to the passing game. Would be a great fit with Odell, Marshall, and Shep. Would be an even BETTER fit with our OL
    Alternative: David Njoku, Miami, TE

    2nd Round: Caleb Brantley, Florida, DT
    - An athletic beast that will be an amazing compliment along side of Snacks, and could even stay in on 3rd downs to rush the passer. While he's no Aaron Donald's Lance Zierlein HAS compared him to Donald, who is probably the best DT since Warren Sapp. Apparently Brantley sees 1 on 1 assignments as 'disrespect', LOVE this kids attitude
    Alternative: Dion Dawkins, Temple, OG

    3rd Round: Dorian Johnson, Pittsburgh, OG
    - Mean, Tough, Durable, extremely Intelligent, Hes got the power to turn defenders, and the agility and athletic ability to mirror pass rushers, should set into a starter's role right away and become a solid guard even though he has arms longer than alot of tackles
    Alternative: Jaleel Johnson, Iowa, DT

    4th Round: Samaje Perine, Oklahoma, RB
    - According to Lance Zierlein "Perine is a physical runner who can create additional yardage through power and can be a complimentary "banger" for a team who already has a slasher. " He's a bully who would pair greatly with Perkins' finesse style.
    Alternative: Anthony Walker Jr, Northwestern, MLB

    5th Round: DaMonte Kazee, SD State, CB
    - Mountain West Defensive Player of the year, led the league with 8 INTs in 2015, and in 2016 was the MW Def Player of the year, and was 2nd in picks with 7, dude can cover like AND he loves to support the run, he comes CRASHING down on run plays like an animal. THAT is what made me pick him over someone like Witherspoon who is a puss when it comes to run support even though he is an amazing cover CB
    Alternative: Ahkello Witherspoon, Colorado, CB

    6th Round: Ejuan Price, Pitt, DE/LB
    -"Stiff-hipped, straight-line rusher who is limited in his rush approach, but has the burst and twitch to finish what he starts. The comparison with James Harrison has more to do with the stature, playing style and rush production that both men possess. While his draft stock might be limited, he has the ability to be a sub-package rusher who could flash on the next level."-Lance Zierlein. 19.5 TFL's, 11.5 Sacks in 2015 and 23TFL's and 13 sacks this season. The production is there but so is the injury history, missed 2012 with a pec injury, missed half of 2013 with a back injury, and missed 2014 with a chest injury. Dude can ball but he's hurt often and when he's hurt he's out for a long time.... Which is why he fell to the 6th round

    7th Round: Tedric Thompson, Colorado, FS
    - "Thompson in an instinctive cover safety with strong ball skills and a history of production during his time at Colorado. Lacks physicality to operate around the box, but his football intelligence and playmaking skills will get him drafted and could give him a shot at eventually starting."-Lance Zierlein. 63 tackles, 3.5 for loss, and lead the nation with 23 passes defensed (seven interceptions, 16 passes broken up), while he isnt a run stopper by ANY means, he's a great centerfield type of Safety
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    bruh, if the Giants draft fell this way id be the happiest person ever hahah. im not really sure any of the first 3 picks will be there by our picks in those rounds, but if they are they're no brainer picks IMO. All 3 are good players that could play this year potentially.


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      Anyone else???
      Come check the G-Fambulance and The Scarf Soldiers every home game in Lot L6, and like us on facebook and instagam 'NYG Scarf Soldiers'