Re-Drafting New York Giants' 2012 Draft After First Half of NFL Season

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Re-Drafting New York Giants' 2012 Draft After First Half of NFL Season
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Running back David Wilson was Big Blue's first-round selection (No. 32) in April's Draft.

We've burned through the first half of the 2012 NFL season, and there's no denying the impact made by this year's rookies. April's No. 1 overall pick, quarterback Andrew Luck, has led the Colts to a surprising 5-3 start, while fellow rookie QB Robert Griffin III is lighting up scoreboards in Washington.

The New York Giants sit atop the NFC East through Week 9, thanks in part to the surprising production from a few NFL newcomers. Yet the team's top two picks, running back David Wilson and wideout Rueben Randle, haven't contributed much beyond special teams.

Would Wilson and Randle still top the Giants' draft board in November? Check out a full re-draft of Big Blue's rookie class.

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