New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese has mastered the NFL draft. Every year, he brings in underrated or overlooked prospects, and his coaching staff develops them into championship-caliber playmakers.
Reese has become notorious for his “best player available” approach to the draft, which means he selects the most talented player left on the board regardless of whatever the team’s current needs may be.
This approach tends to work out for Reese and the Giants. However, it is extremely difficult to predict, especially in the later rounds, as it depends on what the other 31 teams do with their picks.
This draft class should be defense-heavy—click through the slideshow to see my predictions for all seven rounds of the New York Giants’ 2013 NFL draft.