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    Really think corner is going to be at the top of the list next year. Web getting older, TT the only young stud, Ross who knows, Bruce Johnson who knows. That's alot of question at cb

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    [quote user="Spizi"]I want Noel Devine. I've been following him since highschool, and he is unbelievable. He averaged 18.5 carries a game last year, so you he can take a pounding. Look for him to have another insane year and add to his already ridiculous production.[/quote]Noel Devine is very impressive to say the least. Kid is a baller! McCluster is money, but I think Noel Devine has got a step up on him.

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    Christian Ponder, FSU, QB- Not that he'll be an option for the Giants but just thought I'd throw his name in there.

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    [quote user="lawl"]Really think corner is going to be at the top of the list next year. Web getting older, TT the only young stud, Ross who knows, Bruce Johnson who knows. That's alot of question at cb[/quote]</P>


    Yeah I think depending on Ross this year the Giants could be looking for a nickel corner early in the 2011 draft</P>

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    I shouldnt get too ahead of myself assuming we will be picking late in the 1st--LOL!!!</p>


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    Randy Shannon has announced Colin Mccarthy will move to MLB for the upcoming season for the Hurricanes. Im a bigtime Hurricane fan and this kid can play. He has good size for the postion 6-3 242 Im expecting big things from him this year. Probably a mid 3rd to 4th round pick

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    Aaron Ross has been a disapointment to date. I feel like its a possibility the Giants could go corner early in the 2011 draft. The 2011 draft is loaded with the big physical corners that Jerry Reese seems to love.</P>


    Patrick Peterson LSU 6-1 200- Peterson isthe top prospect at cornerin the 2011 draft so he will probably be out of are draft range but I think he is fantastic so I want to mention him. Peterson who at his size runs in the low 4.4's is the best corner prospect I have seen in years. I think he is a much better prospect then Joe Haden who went 7. Petersonis a legitimate shut down corner who can physically match up with even the biggest strongest receivers. Player Comparison- Antrel Rolle-Forget Rolle was a bust at corner theyshare a lot of similarities.</P>


    Ras I Dowling Virgina 6-2 200- Elite size andcompetitive speed. . He isnt the smoothest corner Ive seen which leads me to believe he could be moved to Free Safety.Player comparison- Malcom Jenkins</P>


    Prince Amukamara 6-1 200 Nebraska- A very good man corner who can struggle in zone. Once again an elite sized corner. Player comparison- Corey Webster</P>


    A couple other guys</P>


    Kendrick Burney NC</P>


    Aaron Williams Texas</P>


    Omar Bolden Arizona state</P>


    Rashad Carmichael VT</P>

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    Redeyejedi you are right about the UNC defense. It is quite a collection of talent and the young backups will be pros too. I've adopted the Giants as my second favorite team with Nicks there now!

    Not that the Giants would be looking at Greg Little...but he is our senior WR and should make a great pro. Huge vertical...snatches everything...runs like a tall RB and is VERY strong.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRKB-...os=rMFjfMbUVBs

    It doesn't include his great bowl game vs. Pitt, but has some good stuff. Enjoy!

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    Who is the next year's CJ Spiller? I want a home run hitter on our offense with some sick speed. We are physical but probably slowest group of players on offense compared to other teams in the division. Plus, other NFC playoff teams. Manningham is more quick than fast...and hixon is above average but nothing spectacular.

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    [quote user="KennyPhilips1"][quote user="Redeyejedi"]

    [quote user="IBleedBlue78"]Isn't it a LITTLE too early for this?????????? Who knows how our new picks will fare this year?[/quote]</P>


    In case U didnt notice Ive been touching on the spots we didnt address. Im projecting are needs for 2011** LB/C/RB* and next CB and RT. If your not interested U dont have to contribute. I follow CFB and its players so Im informed when the draft rolls around. Im sharing with others, players that I will be watching this coming season and asking*posters to do the same.*Unlike most I watch the games and have my own opinions that are*not formed by reading Draftdog 2 months before the draft*</P>[/quote]

    i think we go O-line in next years draft, everyone on our line is over thirty or close to it exception being snee[/quote]

    I want a running back with speed please.

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