New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese is a man with a code. During Reese's tenure as GM, the Giants have consistently steered clear of drafting players based on team needs. Things will not be any different this April, as New York will look to improve its roster with budding prospects from the college ranks.
Take a look down the Giants roster and one thing becomes very apparent: this team is predominantly composed of homegrown talent.
Jerry Reese typically avoids making a big splash in the free-agent market, instead choosing to focus on drafting accomplished student athletes. As a result, the Giants have had tremendous success, choosing to develop their personnel over the years.
The 2013 draft will be pivotal for the Giants to ensure continuity for the future. Some of the players selected will be the foundation of Big Blue for years to come. Here's a look at some potential targets the Giants will aim for in April.