New York Giants: Top Needs and Fits in the 2014 Draft

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New York Giants: Top Needs and Fits in the 2014 Draft
JULIE JACOBSON/Associated Press

The 2014 NFL draft isn't for another four months, but it's never too early to start making out a preliminary wish list to address a team's needs.  

With the East-West Shrine and Senior Bowl games having been played and the full list of college underclassmen granted eligibility for the draft having been announced, individual player draft stocks will continue to rise and fall as draft hopefuls go through the NFL Combine, which will be next month in Indianapolis, and their respective pro days.  

Meanwhile the New York Giants, who are believed to be in the final stages of completing their roster evaluation, have no doubt identified what pressing needs they want to fill this offseason.

Some of those needs will be filled via free agency, while others will be filled via the draft. Some needs could even see a combination of free agents and draft picks as potential solutions to previous deficiencies. 

Based on the current information available, here is a look at the Giants' most pressing needs and some college prospects who might be good fits to fill them.

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