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[quote user="rainierjef"]i don't want any receivers in the 1st round go TE and then go WR in the later rounds you can get Mcnutt or Streeter both in the 4th. both above 6-3 and run low 4.4s both projected to play the Z spot and that's what we need
I don't mean to be cliche, but I doubt our FO is thinking any specific position at 32.* It will definately be BPA (except QB and WR).</p>
We just don't have any glaring weaknesses.* If we did, we wouldn't be picking at 32.</p>
OT is a huge weakness, we have virtually no depth with Kmac departing.. not to mention the guys we have couldn't pass or run block at all last year.
Also, you feel comfortable with our depth behind Cruz and Nicks? I don't think the Giants FO is, or else they wouldn't bring so interested in Sanu and Randle.
Our RT situation looks like this before the draft:
Diehl (starter), Brewer, Andrews/Ugoh
LT looks like:
Beatty (starter), Brewer, Andrews/Ugoh
OT isn't quite as imperative as people are making out and if you can't hit a home run with the first two rounds you shouldn't press. I don't think people consider Mike Adams as a home run at this point.
As for depth at WR ... I think the Giants are very happy with JJ, Hixon and Barden competing for the #3 spot. That's not to say we don't go after a WR in this draft but I don't think in the first round (thinking Sanu in the second tops).
(I don't think Randle is around with our first pick)
This is what I think our first round choices will be (in order of preference):
Mark Barron (SS)
Kendal Reyes (DT)
Coby Fleener (TE)
Doug Martin (RB)
Stephen Hill (WR)
Mike Adams (OT)