[quote user="Kruunch"][quote user="G-Men Surg."][quote user="Kruunch"][quote user="G-Men Surg."]A RB in the 1st round even at 32 ?
Not happening !!!!!![/quote]
Especially David Wilson.[/quote]
Honestly I don't have a true or real feeling this year of what the Giants will draft in the 1st , especially at 32, but heck I can live with that ( drafting last every year ).[/quote]
I think the Giants are in a position to play "catcher" for anything that falls to us.
If one of the following falls I think there is a good chance you'll see us pick one of these with our first:
1) Dontari Poe
2) Whitney Mercillus
3) Mike Adams
4) Cordy Glenn
5) Mark Barron
These are possibles I could see falling depending on those who would take them ahead of us going in different directions (i.e. the Texans/Steelers decide they want a CB and don't take Dontari Poe).
Past that, if everything falls the way it's "supposed" to, I could see the Giants going:
1) Coby Fleener
2) Mohamed Sanu
3) Donta Hightower (just because he's on EVERYONE'S mock)
4) Stephen Hill (if they buy into the 40 hype along with the rest of the chuckle heads)
5) Andre Branch[/quote]
Odds are, its going to be a D-lineman of some description. I think Poe, Cox, and Perry are at the top of the G-Men's board @ 32. Poe just blew the roof off The Drum, but given his school's size, rawness, and level of comp, its possible 31 other GM's talk themselves out of the pick.
Perry I see falling because he just didn't move like a 34 OLB, which is what he's touted as. As a DE, Ingram, Coples, and Mercilus could all top him for less patient (ie: deep) teams. Personally, I'd love to see him under-studying Tuck (LDE with a 1.56 10yrd split? damn...)
Likewise, I think teams will pass on Cox because of his weight, and he
needs to grow into his body some. There are really aren't any other
teams in the league that can afford to red-shirt a D-Lineman and let him
grow into a top-10 lineman.
as for how things are "Supposed" to work out... This is going to be a wild draft. I'm pretty much expecting 3 qb's to go in the top 10, and I wouldn't be surprised to see 4 or 5 go in the first round. I can see Luck, RG3, Tannehill, Cousins, and Oswieler all going (note: Could even throw Weeden in there somewhere, or replace Tannehill/Cousins with him). That's going to push a lot of top level talent down to the lower picks. Also with the new rookie wage scale, there could be a lot more trading going on than we're used to.