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The strange thing about the fact Chance Warmack is the biggest name to visit with the team thus far is that, after re-signing Kevin Boothe at left guard, the G-Men aren't desperately in need of players at that position.
I think the focus of this draft has to be on the defense, which has undergone some major changes and is dealing with quite a few losses at all three levels. So with that in mind, here's my an updated list of prospects that should be on the Giants' radar when they're on the clock with the No. 19 overall selection.
Keep in mind, this will likely change a fair bit.
1. Ziggy Ansah (DE, BYU): The pass-rusher with plenty of upside might not make it out of the top 10, but if he happens to slide, the Giants would be crazy to pass up a potential long-term weapon to complement Jason Pierre-Paul.
2. Bjoern Werner (DE, Florida State): Less exciting, but extremely productive and a perfect fit for this Giants team.
3. Xavier Rhodes (CB, Florida State): They have to be thinking about a shutdown corner of the future, even if they used a top pick on Prince Amukamara two years ago.
4. Desmond Trufant (CB, Washington): Ansah will likely be gone, forcing them to settle for Werner. And at cornerback, Rhodes will likely be gone, forcing them to settle for Trufant.
5. Kenny Vaccaro (S, Texas): Vaccaro would be a great value pick here and could be a starter from the get-go, but they already have some viable options at the safety position.
6. Tank Carradine (DE, Florida State): That's right. Three former Seminoles that could wind up with the Giants in Round 1. Carradine is the worst-case scenario due to injury questions.