2015 NFL Draft: Big Board Prospects 51-75


The New York Giants will have the most prepared fan base for the 2015 NFL Draft. That is because we pride ourselves as being one of the the go to places for their Giants draft information, analysis and opinions. Today we continue our draft coverage with the next installment of the GMENHQ Big Board, prospects 51-75:

51. Cameron Erving, C/OT (FSU)

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52. Devin Funchess, WR (Michigan)

53. Hroniss Grasu, C (Oregon)

54. Josh Shaw, CB (USC)

55. Eli Harold, OLB (Virginia)

56. Taiwan Jones, LB (MSU)

57. T.J. Clemmings, OT (Pitt)

58. Brett Hundley, QB (UCLA)

59. Jalen Mills, FS (LSU)

60. Markus Golden, DE (Missouri)

61. Jordan Phillips, DT (Oklahoma)

62. Kevin Johnson, CB (Wake Forest)

Sep 6, 2014; Tampa, FL, USA; Maryland Terrapins wide receiver Stefon Diggs (1) warms up before the game against the South Florida Bulls at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jonathan Dyer-USA TODAY Sports

63. Steffon Diggs, WR (Maryland)

64. Trey Flowers, DE (Arkansas)

65. D’Joun Smith, CB (Florida Atlantic)

66. Owa Odighizuwa, DE (UCLA)

67. Duke Johnson, RB (Miami)

68. Hau’Oli Kikaha, DE (Washington)

69. David Cobb RB, (Minnesota)

70. Lorenzo Mauldin, OLB (Louisville)

71. Kurtis Drummond, FS (MSU)

72. Ty Montgomery, WR (Stanford)

73. Josh Robinson, RB (Miss St.)

74. Reese Dismukes, C (Auburn)

75. Carl Davis, DT (Iowa)

Brett Hundley (Ranked 58) is one of the biggest question marks of this draft class:

Hundley is the intriguing quarterback talent from UCLA. He is a dual threat that reminds me of a young Steve McNair. There is tremendous upside with Hundley. He has great arm talent, he is an accurate passer and he is crazy athletic. The downside is that he is a raw prospect that will have to adapt to the NFL game. Hundley could prove to be a steal in the second or third round, but it would be a risk taking him in Round 1.

Three Solid Running Backs:

  • Duke Johnson (Ranked 67) is one of the most electrifying talents at the running back position. He is an elusive runner with deceptive power, as evidenced by his average of over 6 yards per carry in college
  • David Cobb (Ranked 69) is a powerful runner with a low center of gravity that helps him maintain balance. He is shifty and can contribute in the passing game. He reminds me of a bulkier Ray Rice
  • Josh Robinson (Ranked 73) is a bowling ball. He is one of those rushers that almost seeks out contact. When he gets running down hill he is hard to stop

2 Space Eating Nose Guards:

  • Jordan Phillips (Ranked 61) is a big 6′ 6″ 334 lbs. man. Phillips is a perfect nose guard because he can demand double teams inside being the unmovable object that he is
  • Carl Davis: (Ranked 75) is a big strong defensive tackle with one of the best bull rushes I have seen in this year’s draft class. He knocks centers back with regularity

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