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    If Ansah, Warmack and Ogletree is available at pick 19 who do we pick?

    Because in my opinion either one of these 3 will be BPA and need at pick 19. With Osi gone and Tuck declining rapidly they do need another starting DE opposite to JPP and Ezekiel Ansah will be an excellent fit for this defense a freak of nature with massive athletic ability a kind of player Reese loves to draft. Chance Warmack is a punishing blocking offensive guard that is excellent in run blocking and underrated in pass protection would immediately upgrade this offensive line especially if the Giants keep Beatty and Boothe wouldn't mind this pick at all. And Alec Ogletree what can I say is a monster ILB that will help the Giants immediately in their LB core which has been very weak for the past 5 years or so now if they want to stop RG III and Alfred Morris's running attack or stop the running game in general then they need to fix the LB core in a hurry and Ogletree will be a great start.

    Like I said can't go wrong with either pick but if I have to pick one if all is available then I will have to go with Alec Ogletree because I think linebackers is a big need and Ogletree can arguably be the BPA at pick 19. Kiwanuka is useless at LB cause he's too slow to play the position plus they will probably move him back to DE where he belongs which that will give Herzlich a shot next year to win the strongside LB position (which is where he naturally plays and I'm willing to give him another shot). Blackburn has shown some nice things but let's face it he stinks can't stop the run at all and he's not that great against the pass either and with Boley declining fast also we got to hope that Williams can stay on the field next year cause he's shown he's pretty quick and can pass coverage very well.

    What do you guys think?

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    First one i'd take if available is Warmack, failing that Ansah, then Ogletree...

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    Reality is that in the end I think we would go with Alec Ogletree because come April I think Ezekiel Ansah will be moved up in the top 10 in a lot of mock drafts because of his insane athletic ability and I just have a feeling that some team will steal Chance Warmack away from us before we pick

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYG7283 View Post
    Reality is that in the end I think we would go with Alec Ogletree because come April I think Ezekiel Ansah will be moved up in the top 10 in a lot of mock drafts because of his insane athletic ability and I just have a feeling that some team will steal Chance Warmack away from us before we pick
    plus too much of this is based on JPP's success,,,not every athletically raw prospect is gonna pan out like JPP. we got lucky once,,,twice? not so sure. ogletree would be my pick,,the kid has the size, and the speed to fit our scheme,,plus his game tape was much better than te'o's against alabama,,and he played in the SEC, that should mean something.

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    I'd go with Ansah. Need a DE.
    I thought we had something special!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudyy View Post
    I'd go with Ansah. Need a DE.
    +1 on Ansah. No matter what, I'm hoping that the BPA will be on the D-line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudyy View Post
    I'd go with Ansah. Need a DE.
    need an OL more, especially if a good one drops. and come on,,we could call the dude war machine

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    I still think JPP/Kiwi/Tracy/Ojomo would be a good rotation right there... we need OL way more than DE at this point.

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    I still think JPP/Kiwi/Tracy/Ojomo would be a good rotation right there... we need OL way more than DE at this point.
    Yeah what youi have said is more important.

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    I have to agree with you here the offensive line was a big problem yes they didn't give up many sacks but Eli did get pressured a lot more this year than the last 2 seasons Snee has been declining, Baas really stinks and is paid way too much money and Diehl is done. So Chance Warmack it is the way he blocks can you imagine how many big runs David Wilson will get next year

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