Round 1

Johnthan Banks CB Mississippi- For a guy that won the Thorpe award for best CB in the nation he's not even regarded as the best CB in this draft behind Dee Milliner and by combine time will probably fall behind Xavier Rhodes. Banks is a off zone CB that fits Fewell's system perfectly. He has the textbook size and tackling ability that the Giants covet in their DBs and fits the bill of the big name prospect that somehow fall in our lap.

Round 2

Alex Okafor DE Texas- Great pass rusher notching 5.5 sacks in his bowl game. Very good at setting the edge and is stout versus the run. He reminds me a lot of Tuck in build and ability.

Round 3

Khaseem Greene LB Rutgers- Local guy with good sideline to sideline speed that can get in the backfield and cause havoc. Great in pass coverage and can give us more speed to keep up with RG3.

Round 4

Kyle Long OT Oregon- Long is the latest of the Long family players to enter the NFL. A long lean 6"7 312, Long is both big and very athletic able to handle speed rushers with relative ease while keeping bull rusher out of his frame with his long arms. Long is still a bit raw in his technique and has relied more on his natural ability than skill but with a little coaching he could be a star.

Round 5

Michael Dyer RB Arkansas State- Talented back that has fallen because of off the field issues. Has the ability to be a star whereever he goes if he can straighten up. I remember watching this guy in amazement when he played in the Underarmor All-American game. He has size and speed and could really be a gem.

Round 6

Cory Grissom DT USF- We have a football factory in USF and Grissom with his agility on the interior would be a great project pick.

Round 7

Brandon McGee CB Florida- Nice size and plays zone well. Depth pick