I'm going to add Steve Greene OG from Connecticut in the 6th or 7th round. This is my best friend's brother and I'm seen him play from pee wee league up through college and this kid is a beast... 6'6'', strong, and a work ethic like no other. Might be worth taking a look at in the later rounds or as an undrafted free agent
Never cared for Henderson. We still also need to figure out the blocking scheme that comes with McAdoo. If it's anything like GB's, then you have to figure a zone blocking base sprinkled with a gap scheme where guys pull and run. That may eliminate someone like Henderson from even the later rounds for the Giants.
For as much love as Barrett Jones got in here for whatever reason, Anthony Steen is going a bit under the radar. I think he was far tougher and stronger than Jones while being a little quicker than Warmack. So he could be a decent pickup in the later rounds after Giants nab one in the second or third round.
Don't forget Marcus Cooper from KC. There were no expectations for him.
As for Henderson I put him on there for his great potential for being a late round prospect. Idk if he would fit with the Giants but I was just listing guys based on talent and upside IMO and not who fits best with the Giants. Although there are quite a few guys who I think would be nice late round picks for the Giants on this list
I like it. Big fan of LaDamian Washington, Shembo and Steen.
I don't know where Aron Murray ranks but I have him on my sleeper list if he gets healthy. He put up some good numbers in the SEC , I don't know if they had star receivers to inflate his stats but he did run a pro style offense and performed great in clutch situations.
Well, he was suspended multiple times to begin with. When eligible to return, he began the season as a backup to Jon Feliciano or as an extra down lineman here and there. He didn't get back into the starting lineup until Feliciano had to move to LG. Even prior to these things surfacing, I always thought he was an overrated player.