The World Champion N.Y. Giants addressed a big need by selecting RB David Wilson. So where do they go from here? The next 2 biggest needs to address are OL and TE. The question is do you address the need, or take best available player on the board? Chances are TE Coby Fleener and Dwayne Allen will be off the board. If either are still there, I think you have to grab one of them. There are quite a few OL still available. Cordy Glenn, Jonathon Martin, Mike Adams, Amini Silatolu and Peter Konz. If any of them are there when the Giants pick at 63 it would be a steal and a must pick, after these players there is a large drop off at their prospective positions.
The Question becomes what to do if the Giants pick comes after those players are no longer available, but there is a player there that may not address a critical need but is high on the boards? If there is such a thing. Do you take a DE like Andre Branch? He could help considering the uncertainty of Osi’s situation. Maybe Harrison Smith or Janoris Jenkins is still available, can you ever have too many DB’s? WR’s A.J. Jenkins, Chris Givens or a player I really love Mohamed Sanu could all very well be available. Do you stick to get what we need? I personally feel you go with best available player. Like I said. You can never have too much talent. Whatever they decide it should be an exciting rounds 2 and 3. I look forward to seeing where they go.
Topics: AJ Jenkins, Andre Branch, Chris Givens, Coby Fleener, Cordy Glenn, David Wilson, Dwayne Allen, Harrison Smith, Janoris Jenkins, Jonathon Martin, Mike Adams, Mohamed Sanu, NFL Draft, NY Giants, Osi Umenyiora, Peter Konz, Round 2