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    Analyzing Kiper 3.0 : Giants

    http://espn.go.com/blog/new-york-gia...espnapi_public

    Excerpt: "Now, this is more like it. After assigning the New York Giants an inside linebacker at the No. 12 overall pick in his first two mock drafts of 2014, ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. has altered his most recent mock Insider and now has the Giants selecting North Carolina tight end Eric Ebron.

    Even if the Giants had taken a linebacker in the first round since 1984 (which they have not), the re-signing of Jon Beason makes a pick of Alabama's C.J. Mosley unlikely. Ebron, however, makes a ton of sense.

    The free-agent market at tight end is underwhelming, and the Giants have been getting by for too long with one-year stopgap solutions at tight end. That bit them in 2013, when Brandon Myers flopped, and it's time to address the position for the long-term. Ebron is, by all accounts, an instant difference-maker and a freakish athlete who could enable the Giants to do things at the tight end position they haven't been able to do since the heyday of Jeremy Shockey. Eli Manning needs weapons on offense, and Ebron would give him a versatile one." Read more...
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    1. Lewan, 2. Ebron, 3. Dennard...
    Should the Giants fire Gilbride....

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    Is everyone ok with the 12th selection being a TE with questionable blocking skills? Sure, he's an weapon running around that we could select mid/late 1st. Or grab another in the 2nd or 3rd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STAR View Post
    Is everyone ok with the 12th selection being a TE with questionable blocking skills? Sure, he's an weapon running around that we could select mid/late 1st. Or grab another in the 2nd or 3rd.
    His blocking isn't questionable. He's a fine blocker, but he's an exceptional weapon, so people assume he can't block. He's a big guy, with room to add weight, and is a fine blocker with room to improve. Yes, I'd be ecstatic to get him at 12.
    JR....do it, do it!

    1- Eric Ebron- TE
    2- Gabe Jackson- OG
    3- Weston Richburg/Marcus Martin- C
    4- Antonio Richardson- OT
    5a- Anthony Johnson- DT
    5b- Marqueston Huff- FS
    6- Aaron Lynch- DE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piddy283 View Post
    His blocking isn't questionable. He's a fine blocker, but he's an exceptional weapon, so people assume he can't block. He's a big guy, with room to add weight, and is a fine blocker with room to improve. Yes, I'd be ecstatic to get him at 12.
    Piddy, this guy has crazy good hands from what I've been watching, he's a weapon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STAR View Post
    Piddy, this guy has crazy good hands from what I've been watching, he's a weapon.
    I agree. He catches the ball away from his body and runs away from DBs. The kid is legit.
    JR....do it, do it!

    1- Eric Ebron- TE
    2- Gabe Jackson- OG
    3- Weston Richburg/Marcus Martin- C
    4- Antonio Richardson- OT
    5a- Anthony Johnson- DT
    5b- Marqueston Huff- FS
    6- Aaron Lynch- DE

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    Quote Originally Posted by STAR View Post
    Is everyone ok with the 12th selection being a TE with questionable blocking skills? Sure, he's an weapon running around that we could select mid/late 1st. Or grab another in the 2nd or 3rd.
    Questionable blocking skills or not I don't want a TE with the 12 th pick.
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    Aaron Donald please. Could you imagine the potential of a Aaron Donald, Jason Pierre Paul, Damontre Moore, and Jonathan Hankins Dline? Thats the Giants way!

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    Aaron Donald please. Could you imagine the potential of a Aaron Donald, Jason Pierre Paul, Damontre Moore, and Jonathan Hankins Dline? Thats the Giants way!
    +1

    my top 3 are.. Donald, Evans & Gilbert

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycsportzfan View Post
    Aaron Donald please. Could you imagine the potential of a Aaron Donald, Jason Pierre Paul, Damontre Moore, and Jonathan Hankins Dline? Thats the Giants way!
    As much as I like that line, there also lies the problem. Do we go for something like that and neglect other areas of concern, or try to put a patch on all the holes? This draft is unlike the last few years IMO because of all the needs and question marks.. CB, TE, WR, DE, OT, RB, and I'm not sold at OLB. There's just so many holes. I'm hoping some guys will step it up but I thought the same thing last year. All I can say is we have quite a few needs so as long as we select decent players, I don't think the position chosen will be a disappointment.

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