1) Alex Okafor (DE) - With the signing of Cullen Jenkins, the Giants go back to their bread and butter, the DE position. While the Giants would love to have Ansah, he's gone by this pick. Moore and Jones don't satisfy (low motors and/or inconsistent) and Werner I think goes higher despite his falling stock. Conversely, Okafor's stock didn't rise as high as it might have due to not being able to workout fully at the Combine and presents the best LDE replacement for Tuck in the draft after Werner.
2) Arthur Brown (LB) - Arthur Brown's stock doesn't rise much past where's it's been due to lack of highlight films but he's probably the most solid all-around LBer in the draft. Able to play any of the LBer positions, he translates well as our MLB of the future (something Khaseem Greene does not). I think the workout with Khaseem Greene is a smoke screen and only tips off where the Giants are targeting their LBer pick this year.
3) Darius Slay (CB) - While the Giants desperately need OL help (especially an answer at RT), they aren't thrilled with what falls to them at this point and prepare for CWeb's departure next year in solidifying the secondary. Slay is what the Giants look for in a CB in terms of size and speed and he slips slightly in the 3rd round due to lack of starting experience, making him a value pick.
4) Oday Aboushi (OT) - The Giants, yet again, wait until the 4th round for their potential answer at RT in Aboushi, Too rough and aggressive as an LT prospect, that attitude and his size serve him extremely well as a RT prospect. Big ole mean guy!
5) Bernie Logan (DT) - Otherwise known as meat. The Jenkins signing buys the Giants a year or two at the DT position but needs must at depth.
6) Ty Powell (LB) - Adding to our LBer corps, Powell has ideal size (6'2, 245), speed (4.65 40) and strength (28 reps). Very rough around the edges, he's a diamond in the rough.
7) Denard Robinson (WR) - Percy Harvin type minus the head aches, this is the kind of 7th round pick that excites Reese.