2012 NFL Mock Draft: Evaluating DraftTek's Latest 7-Round Mock for the Giants

Ryan SimonCorrespondent IIMarch 20, 2012

2012 NFL Mock Draft: Evaluating DraftTek's Latest 7-Round Mock for the Giants

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    Mock Draft's are all over the place, so why not check out a mock draft over at DraftTek?

    The New York Giants did just win the Super Bowl, but just like any other team—they have some improvements to make. 

    The G-Men have the last pick in the draft at every round and that won't change unless they make a trade up at any given round. 

    Let's take a look at these seven rounds and see what's what. 

Round 1: Mychal Kendricks, Middle Linebacker, California

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    Mychal Kendricks is a bit of a reach in the first round as mentioned on DraftTek and I'm not a fan.

    The New York Giants could still find a solid tight end in the first round that wouldn't be as much as a reach such as Coby Fleener or Dwayne Allen.

    The Giants obviously need help at MLB, but taking Kendricks in the first round is a desperation move if anything else. 

Round 2: Chris Polk, Running Back, Washington

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    This pick I would really, really like.

    Chris Polk is the type of running back would could step on an NFL team and contribute immediately. 

    Just his junior year alone, Polk had 293 carries for almost 1500 yards and 12 touchdowns!

    With Brandon Jacobs currently off the New York Giants roster, Polk would be a great pick for the G-Men.

Round 3: Brandon Mosley, Left Tackle, Auburn

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    No argument here.

    The New York Giants obviously need help on the offensive line. And at 6'5", 314-pounds, I have absolutely no problem drafting a left tackle like Mosley. 

Round 4: Jonathan Massaquoi, Defensive End, Troy

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    Jonathan Massaquoi is a potential untapped talent coming out of Troy University.

    We all know how the New York Giants love defensive ends and this guy could end up being the next stud the Giants develop for the future. 

    No one is saying he'll be the next Justin Tuck or Jason Pierre-Paul, but you have to think long-term in this business and the G-Men have done an excellent job with that at DE so far. 

Round 5: Coty Sensabaugh, Cornerback, Clemson

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    Coty Sensabaugh would be a good pick-up for the New York Giants.

    He has good height at 5'11" and he only weights 189 pounds.

    Sensabaugh's numbers at Clemson won't blow you away, but most CB's in the NFL have a shot to succeed in the NFL with the right coaching/veteran leadership. 

Round 6: Marvin McNutt, Wide Receiver, Iowa

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    Why not take a tall wide receiver?

    At 6'3", 216-pounds, Marvin McNutt is definitely worth a look—especially in the sixth round. 

    The New York Giants could certainly look elsewhere here it they see fit. But I like McNutt as a possible late round sleeper who wouldn't have to produce right away with studs Hakeem Nicks and Victor Cruz catching the majority of Eli Manning's passes. 

Mike Daniels, Defensive Tackle, Iowa

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    Mike Daniels with the last pick on the 2012 NFL draft wouldn't be the worst thing in the world.

    The New York Giants aren't bad at defensive tackle, but it's not exactly their biggest strength right now either. 

    Daniels is only six-feet tall, but he's also 291-pounds. Translation: this is a big guy who could probably help the G-Men against other teams running game.