|20 141 - Julien Davenport
21 146 - David Sharpe
22 148 - Chad Wheeler
23 153 - Jordan Morgan
24 160 - Avery Gennesy
25 161 - Jermaine Eluemunor
26 165 - Isaac Asiata
27 167 - Damien Mama
28 173 - Conor McDermott
29 174 - Kyle Fuller
30 177 - JJ Dielman
31 181 - Erik Magnuson
| 1. Haason Reddick
OLB who has a background as an edge rusher, but with the speed of a receiver, who projects as a great 4-3 WLB. Adds a playmaker to our LB corps after years of mediocrity. I see him as a potential game changer in the front 7.
2. Chris Wormley
Very high floor DT with great size. Great character and work ethic. Clean pick. Better against the run but still potential interior pass rusher. Not the highest ceiling guy, but should be able to be penciled in as the #2 DT.
3. Julie'n Davenport
An OT project who projects as potentially a very good OLT. Unlikely to start in 17, but if he can develop, we may have our OLT of the future. Sort of a reach here, but given his high ceiling and the distance between this pick and the fourth rounder, he may be worth our third.
4. Jeremy McNichols
A short running back who can do it all. Can come in on third down and fight for short yards or be a receiving threat out of the backfield. Reminds me a bit of Bradshaw. Would be a nice complement to Perkins. Not the big thumper many are looking for, maybe Jamaal Williams is preferred. McNichols also might be gone by this pick.
5. Jeremy Sprinkle
Played under Hunter Henry. Relatively under the radar in this TE class. Perhaps the most solid blocker, who also has shown red zone potential. His best football seems to be in front of him.
6. Deatrich Wise Jr.
Low floor 4-3 DE. Limited, but he has the physical make up we might be looking for. I like his fire. Solid against the run with really good size. Viewed as a slow first-step kind of edge guy, but I think he can be solid depth at least.
7. Jalen Reeves-Maybin
Injury history and small size drops Reeves-Maybin's stock, but he has potential to bulk up and may become a contributor as a WLB/MLB. Should be able to contribute on specials right away, and may become an exciting thumper up front. He's quick to the play and may be a decent cover LB.
|A kicker as a possibility for the later rounds. We do not have anyone right now.|
|Zero chance he makes it to the end of the 4th. Two OLs and a TE with the first three picks is also highly unlikely. This is a pure "needs" draft and I doubt the Giants will abandon their draft strategy this year or any year.|
| 1. OG Lamp. there is a possibility for Bolles or Howard here, if the TE drops but otherwise we need to build a great G/C/G combo and we are not done yet. Left Guard possibly.
2. DT Montravious Adams. The year we drafted Hankins, someone mentioned his name. One could see in college, he not just holds up at the point, the player makes a wide variety of types of plays. Even is we keep Hank, this is a move here.
3. Tight Ends - Shaheen (go 2 TE sets) or Hodges (useful receiver type) if one is there.
Otherwise G Isaac Asiata as a Center conversion project and insurance for questionable strategy at right guard at the moment, or switch with Lamp. Quick off the snap, heavy set, low.
4. RB in a shocker for me. I will take you-alls word for this one, Samaje Perine
alternative for 4th round - a ranked cover corner
5. A WR to get reps as an H-back. Maybe Noah Brown, Ohio,
6'2" 222 (although I see Tye doing this and FB as well) and as depth
alternative for 5th round, a big fullback
6. Reach WR like Micheal Rector Stanford
''STRENGTHS: Rector has very good explosiveness and top end speed, and those are his two best traits as a player. With that combination, the defensive back has to respect Rector's ability to run past him, and Rector also has good suddenness and feet, which further enables him to create separation when he isn't running a deep route. His hands are good both in traffic and outside his frame as well. ''
(plus....Stanford kids are 'smaht')
7. WRs like outside type Bug Howard or tall heavy type Ricky Seals-Jones (crap 3 cone I think I recall)