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    Boom Boom Mock 1.0

    Giants 7 round draft:

    Rnd 1: Ezekiel Ansah DE - BYU - Giants live and die on the pass rush and it was horrible in 2012. Osi will be gone and Tuck is past his prime. Ansah is a freak of raw talent and will be a great future book end with JPP.

    Rnd 2: DJ Fluker OT - Alabama - Giants need help on the Oline and Fluker should be there. He's a monster and dominated in college. He could probably step in and start day 1 but if not would be great depth and ready to start in 2014.

    Rnd 3: Sean Porter OLB - Texas A&M- The Giants need impact LBs and Porter is a fantastic athlete that excels in pass coverage and pass rush.

    Rnd 4: Alvin Bailey OG - Arkansas - Big, strong, and very versatile. Can play multiple positions on the line and has a quick start off the snap which aids his terrific run blocking.

    Rnd 5: Kevin Rid**** ILB - UNC - Impressive all around linebacker.Strong, physical tackler that can get to the ball carrier.

    Rnd 6: Blidi Wreh-Wilson CB - A knee injury ended his 2011 season early and will likely drop him in the draft. He's got 2-3 rnd talent and recovered nicely for his senior season even though he was not 100%. He has great size, speed, and athleticism combination and very smart.

    Rnd 7: Margus Hunt DE - Southern Methodist - Raw impressive talent that may be the "freak of the draft". He will be a steal unless his stock rises. He's a 6'8' 280 pound monster with an 83" wingspan. He has the ability to alter a passing attack on his own and bats down many balls. Between him and Ansah the Giants could add some serious scary freaks to their DL.

    Supplemental pick: Dustin Hopkins K - Florida State - Regarded as the best kicker in college. Tynes' inconsistencies have run their course. Time to bring in new blood.
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    I can see them going DE in the 1st round

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    I'd be extremely happy with these but I doubt Hunt falls to the 7th

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigblue2088 View Post
    I'd be extremely happy with these but I doubt Hunt falls to the 7th
    Agree. I believe we will prob get a supplemental pick following the 4th round considering we lost Manningham, Jacobs, Ross, Goff, Tollefson and really only brought in Bennett and Lochlear. So in my updated mock I will prob have him slotted into that Supp pick because I believe he will be shooting up the draft boards considering what a player of his ability could do seeing how dominating JJ Watt was in 2012.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannyboomboom1 View Post
    Agree. I believe we will prob get a supplemental pick following the 4th round considering we lost Manningham, Jacobs, Ross, Goff, Tollefson and really only brought in Bennett and Lochlear. So in my updated mock I will prob have him slotted into that Supp pick because I believe he will be shooting up the draft boards considering what a player of his ability could do seeing how dominating JJ Watt was in 2012.
    Jacobs was released. They probably get a 5th at best. More likely a 6th

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    Was doing some research this morning and it appears the consensus has us getting a supplemental pick in the 6th and 7th. Also looks like Hunt is indeed getting a lot of attention, more than I thought he would. Good feedback fellas. Thanks.

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    No DT?

    I like the first two picks.

    I don't think we go LB in the first three picks.
    Last edited by Kruunch; 01-08-2013 at 04:55 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kruunch View Post
    No DT?

    I like the first two picks.

    I don't think we go LB in the first three picks.
    I don't see the Giants resigning Rivers or Blackburn and cutting Boley so that leaves them with Kiwi (whom may get some push at DE/DT), Herzlich, Paysinger, and Williams. So getting 2 LBs in this draft is quite possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannyboomboom1 View Post
    I don't see the Giants resigning Rivers or Blackburn and cutting Boley so that leaves them with Kiwi (whom may get some push at DE/DT), Herzlich, Paysinger, and Williams. So getting 2 LBs in this draft is quite possible.
    We've drafted a LBer once in the first three rounds under Reese, and that guy turned out to be a bust (Simtin). History dictates that Reese doesn't value the position as much as the other defensive positions.

    Also I doubt we cut Boley and Blackburn. Boley has been decent to great and Blackburn is cheap and solid (even as depth). Rivers was a non-starter anyway, but he'd be cheap to re-sign (whether we do or not is a different story).

    P.S. - I'd LIKE to see us sign a stud LB (or two) .... I just don't see the Giants going that direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kruunch View Post
    We've drafted a LBer once in the first three rounds under Reese, and that guy turned out to be a bust (Simtin). History dictates that Reese doesn't value the position as much as the other defensive positions.

    Also I doubt we cut Boley and Blackburn. Boley has been decent to great and Blackburn is cheap and solid (even as depth). Rivers was a non-starter anyway, but he'd be cheap to re-sign (whether we do or not is a different story).

    P.S. - I'd LIKE to see us sign a stud LB (or two) .... I just don't see the Giants going that direction.
    They aren't going to pay boley to ride the pine and he was hardly getting snaps towards the end of the season.

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