1st (25th overall) From Seattle - Alex Okafor, DE, Texas: In this scenario, WR Keenan Allen is still on the board and the Seahawks show interest in acquiring the 19th selection to grab him up. In exchange, we receive their late 3rd round selection to stock up on a back loaded draft. Okafor is a very polished DE prospect from Texas who displays a repertoire of pass rushing moves to get pressure on the QB. Even with Jackson Jeffcoat injured, Okafor still displayed good playmaking ability. Has noted issues against the run so he might just be a situational pass rusher his rookie season and ends up competing for snaps with Tracy, Ojomo, and maybe Broha for the 3rd DE role.
2nd (49th overall) - Shariff Floyd, DT, Florida: Have to take advantage of a strong DT class if a prospect like Floyd drops to us. This selection could be several prospects like Short or Williams but I truly feel Floyd pairs up with Joseph the best on the inside.
3rd (81st overall) - Baccari Rambo, FS, Georiga: KP might be on another team next year and Antrel Rolle could be a potential cut in a season or two due to his massive cap hit.
3rd (87th overall) From Seattle - Jamie Collins, LB, Southern Miss: Athletic prospect that looks good rushing the passer from the edge and changing direction to make plays. Instincts aren't quite there yet but he has the potential to be better than a previous Golden Eagle, K.J. Wright. Looks comfortable dropping into zone coverage and if he can display good versatility in Fewell's defense, he has a strong chance to be a 3 down LBer.
4th (113th overall) - Alvin Bailey, OG, Arkansas: Fantastic run blocker who shows good athleticism and mobility to fit in the Giants system.
5th (145th overall) - Dion Sims, TE, Michigan State: Massive TE prospect weighing around 280 who can replace Pascoe and team up with Robinson to make a fantastic duo.
6th (177th overall) - Rod Sweeting, CB, Georgia Tech: Underrated player who showed great skills in the Sun Bowl against USC. Could stand to add a little more mass to his frame but he's worth a shot at this point in the draft with his coverage skills.
7th (209th overall) - Mark Jackson, OG, Glenville State: Developmental prospect with good size that could replace Snee in the future with good coaching. Probably would take a year or two to challenge for a starting spot.
Preseason Camp Invites: Alec Lemon - WR (Syracuse) Jake Stoneburner - TE (Ohio State) Cooper Taylor - SS (Richmond) Knile Davis - RB (Arkansas) Alex Hurst - OT (LSU) Graham Pocic - C (Illinois)