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    Top OLmen in 2014 Draft:

    Obviously OL will be a huge need for us headed into 2014.

    If we get a top 10 pick, the wise thing might be to trade out of it and collect as many picks as we can to start rebuiding. We will see how the rest of the year goes though. I would like the Giants to draft 3, but no less then 2 OL next year.

    Here are the top OLmen for that class:

    Centers: Baas is garbage and Boothe is in a 1 year deal. Cordle is garbage.

    Rank Player Pos. Pos. Rank School Class Ht. Wt. Proj. Round
    64 Travis Swanson C 1 Arkansas rSr 6-4 318 2
    73 Hroniss Grasu C 2 Oregon rJr 6-3 298 2-3
    102 Tyler Larsen C 3 Utah State Sr 6-4 312 3
    108 Weston Richburg C 4 Colorado State rSr 6-4 302 3-4
    136 Bryan Stork C 5 Florida State rSr 6-4 300 4
    161 James Stone C 6 Tennessee Sr 6-3 292 5
    174 Gabe Ikard C 7 Oklahoma rSr 6-3 298 5-6
    217 Zac Kerin C 8 Toledo rSr 6-5 300 6-7
    274 Jonotthan Harrison C 9 Florida rSr 6-3 310 7-FA
    319 Gus Handler C 10 Colorado rSr 6-3 292 7-FA
    340 Corey Linsley C 11 Ohio State rSr 6-3 298 7-FA
    361 Dillon Farrell C 12 New Mexico rSr 6-5 292 末
    376 Khalil Wilkes C 13 Stanford rSr 6-3 286 末
    380 Matt Paradis C 14 Boise State rSr 6-2 295 末
    405 Pat Eger C 15 West Virginia rSr 6-6 302 末
    423 Andrew Miller C 16 Virginia Tech rSr 6-3 298 末
    469 Josh Allen C 17 Louisiana-Monroe Sr 6-3 315 末
    531 Sean Conway C 18 Western Kentucky rSr 6-3 305 末
    565 Macky MacPherson C 19 Syracuse Sr 6-1 286 末
    601 Evan Swindall C 20 Ole Miss rSr 6-3 301 末
    621 Eric Tausch C 21 TCU rSr 6-2 300 末
    651 Vyncent Jones C 22 Utah rSr 6-3 305 末


    Guards: Snee is about done, Boothe is outy, Diehl is done

    Rank Player Pos. Pos. Rank School Class Ht. Wt. Proj. Round
    22 Cyril Richardson OG 1 Baylor rSr 6-5 340 1
    36 Gabe Jackson OG 2 Mississippi State rSr 6-3 340 1-2
    51 Zack Martin OG 3 Notre Dame rSr 6-4 305 2
    56 Anthony Steen OG 4 Alabama rSr 6-2 310 2
    82 Spencer Long OG 5 Nebraska rSr 6-4 315 2-3
    110 *Xavier Su'a-Filo OG 6 UCLA rJr 6-3 305 3-4
    131 Chris Burnette OG 7 Georgia rSr 6-2 315 4
    141 Brandon Thomas OG 8 Clemson rSr 6-3 315 4-5
    173 Ryan Groy OG 9 Wisconsin rSr 6-5 320 5-6
    196 Chris Watt OG 10 Notre Dame rSr 6-3 312 6
    219 Dakota Dozier OG 11 Furman rSr 6-3 302 6-7
    225 John Urschel OG 12 Penn State rSr 6-3 304 6-7
    236 Antwan Lowery OG 13 Rutgers rSr 6-4 314 7
    253 Austen Bujnoch OG 14 Cincinnati rSr 6-4 288 7
    276 Brandon Linder OG 15 Miami (Fla.) Sr 6-6 320 7-FA
    299 Andrew Norwell OG 16 Ohio State Sr 6-6 316 7-FA
    311 Zach Fulton OG 17 Tennessee Sr 6-5 323 7-FA
    326 Trey Hopkins OG 18 Texas Sr 6-4 302 7-FA
    341 Jon Halapio OG 19 Florida rSr 6-3 320 7-FA

    Tackles: Beatty and Pugh are the staples here, not as much a need as G or C, but we can always move Pugh inside.

    Rank Player Pos. Pos. Rank School Class Ht. Wt. Proj. Round
    4 Jake Matthews OT 1 Texas A&M Sr 6-5 305 1
    6 Cyrus Kouandjio OT 2 Alabama Jr 6-5 310 1
    10 Taylor Lewan OT 3 Michigan rSr 6-7 315 1
    20 Antonio Richardson OT 4 Tennessee Jr 6-6 327 1
    25 Cameron Erving OT 5 Florida State rJr 6-5 320 1
    30 James Hurst OT 6 North Carolina Sr 6-6 305 1-2
    49 La'el Collins OT 7 LSU Jr 6-5 315 2
    52 Seantrel Henderson OT 8 Miami (Fla.) Sr 6-7 342 2
    57 Cedric Ogbuehi OT 9 Texas A&M rJr 6-5 300 2
    84 *Sean Hickey OT 10 Syracuse rJr 6-5 290 2-3
    106 Jack Mewhort OT 11 Ohio State rSr 6-6 308 3
    115 Morgan Moses OT 12 Virginia Sr 6-6 325 3-4
    125 JaWuan James OT 13 Tennessee Sr 6-6 318 3-4
    147 Charles Leno OT 14 Boise State rSr 6-4 298 4-5
    170 Jeremiah Sirles OT 15 Nebraska rSr 6-5 310 5
    172 Austin Wentworth OT 16 Fresno State rSr 6-5 304 5
    187 Billy Turner OT 17 North Dakota State Sr 6-5 310 5-6
    208 Bryce Quigley OT 18 San Diego State Sr 6-5 300 6
    226 Cornelius Lucas OT 19 Kansas State rSr 6-8 328 6-7
    251 Kenarious Gates OT 20 Georgia Sr 6-5 327 7
    261 Kevin Graf OT 21 Southern California rSr 6-6 300 7-FA
    282 Donald Hawkins OT 22 Texas Sr 6-5 312 7-FA
    297 Michael Schofield OT 23 Michigan rSr 6-6 306 7-FA
    316 Wesley Johnson OT 24 Vanderbilt rSr 6-5 290 7-FA
    329 Matt Hall OT 25 Belhaven Sr 6-9 325 7-FA


    Who do you guys like out of these players?
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    Could be one of the best D drafts ever. Id be pissed if they spent multiple early picks on OL.

    Sign an OL in FA. Should be loaded. Draft one or two 4th round or later

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    I'm typically all for trading back, but this year, I'd at best would trade back two or three spots, if at all, in order to secure one of the defensive players which the top end seems rich in.

    I'm willing to bet that tackle in the first round is unlikely. Though there could be as many as 5 in the first which could push some good linemen in the draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by penguinfarmer View Post

    I'm willing to bet that tackle in the first round is unlikely. Though there could be as many as 5 in the first which could push some good linemen in the draft.
    Do you not remember this past draft? They were flying off the board and we got Pugh.
    "Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth."

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheAnalyst View Post
    Do you not remember this past draft? They were flying off the board and we got Pugh.
    Last draft was one of the strangest I have ever seen. The talent was only at the OL position. And none of the OL drafted have even played well yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    Last draft was one of the strangest I have ever seen. The talent was only at the OL position. And none of the OL drafted have even played well yet
    Kyle Long has looked good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redeyejedi View Post
    Kyle Long has looked good
    Yea and not at all what I expected either.

    Thought him going to a terrible OL, and him being a tweeter t/g and nothing special as a run blocker.

    Somehow he's been the best with no talent around him and he's been a dominant run blocker while struggling in pass pro as a guard.

    This is why I hate evaluating OL especially spread offenses where OL never even put their hands down

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheAnalyst View Post
    Do you not remember this past draft? They were flying off the board and we got Pugh.
    Last year did not have the talent this year is poised to have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    Yea and not at all what I expected either.

    Thought him going to a terrible OL, and him being a tweeter t/g and nothing special as a run blocker.

    Somehow he's been the best with no talent around him and he's been a dominant run blocker while struggling in pass pro as a guard.

    This is why I hate evaluating OL especially spread offenses where OL never even put their hands down
    He was added to a Oline that had changed from what it used to be, therefore tough to say terrible, when they have basically a new line? They got Bushrod, Slauson, Long, and Mills.. Kinda tough to call them anything but good and completely diffrent then what they were last yr..

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    Lineman aren't tough to evaluate. Thats why i like watching them in sr bowl and during combine, because more then any other, u get to see em outta there comfort zone and running diffrent things then there used to. U add that to what they did in college and come up with ur grade.

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