With how we built up our roster with mediocre talent in free agency, our draft must hit on impact players at the top. With this, I truly believe we PASS on Evans and Lewan. Both of these guys would be fighting for playing time, and more than likely wouldn't be starting out of the gate. That being said, I think our top three guys are 1) Ebron 2) Donald 3) Mosley.
1) Ebron- new o-coordinator utilizes the TE, and can even mix in some double tight sets with robinson...who simply isn't reliable at this point. His potential is Vernon Davis, an outstanding difference maker on offense, and his floor would be along the lines of Dustin Keller. *Keep in mind, I believe our division is filled with a lack of talent at the safety position*, something Ebron would be attacking. He opens up the offense, he helps in-line with blocking, and allows Eli another option for a bounce back year. Ultimately he's an every down impact player. And when people bring up the tight end class being deep, it is, but situationally deep. The other guys aren't the complete package Ebron is. Jace Amaro and the gifted, but character risk Oregon tight end are intriguing though.
2) Donald- he will disrupt the pocket, he will be penetrate the backfield relentlessly on the run. A perfect compliment to the run stuffing Hankins, Donald would fight for playing time with Jenkins, but ultimately his athleticism gets him on the field more often. Improves our d-line dramatically.
3) Mosley- I'm not sure where he fits with Beason locking down the middle, but if he was able to play outside for 1-2 years while Beason is still effective, his football instincts and playmaking ability would be something our linebacker spot hasn't had in quite a while. He would be a perfect transition to Beason and carrying over the leadership of our defense. I question whether the Giants value this position, or any linebacker position for that matter, considering their in-flux of free agent stop gaps over the years.