As much as I want the Giants to take a pass-rusher in this situation, none of the first-round-worthy defensive ends feel like they will make it as far as No. 32.
Should that happen, Jerry Reese should pull the trigger. Nick Perry, Vinny Curry, Whitney Mercilus and Chandler Jones would all look good in Giants blue.
However, if none of them were to fall, the Giants could take care of a multitude of other needs. As with defensive ends, none of the offensive lineman available here feel right, so that's out.
With the emergence of several players, defensive tackles like Kendall Reyes, Jerel Worthy, and Devon Still have been pushed down draft boards. Of those three, I like Reyes to come in and have an immediate impact.
The Giants will have not re-signed Rocky Bernard and Jimmy Kennedy, so they just have 2011 second-round pick Marvin Austin as a backup. Austin has not played a meaningful game since 2009.
Reyes is a versatile player that can line up at all four positions in the 4-3 defense. He has above-average speed for a defensive tackle and elite strength (36 reps at the combine). He is a stout run defender already and has the work ethic to improve his pass-rushing. Reyes rarely takes plays off and always hustles through the whistle.
Other Main Option: Doug Martin
If the Giants feel like Doug Martin is worth the first-round selection, they may take him. Or they could potentially trade back, picking up an extra second- or third-rounder in the process and take Martin.