New York Giants' Round 1 Big Board Ahead of NFL Combine

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New York Giants' Round 1 Big Board Ahead of NFL Combine
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When a team has its first-round pick in the top half of the NFL draft, obviously that’s not a good sign relating to the current state of the roster from the year beforeunless of course, the team was fortunate enough to land in that spot in a trade.

Nevertheless, that’s exactly where the New York Giants find themselves this year in the draft, where they will have the 12th overall pick in Round 1 for the fourth time in franchise history, per Pro Football Reference.

What prospects stand to join the likes of halfback Phil King (Vanderbilt, 1958), defensive tackle Lou Cordileone (Clemson, 1960) and halfback Joe Don Looney (Oklahoma, 1964) as the 12th overall draft pick to wear a Giants uniform?

Here’s a look at five potential candidates and positions, in no particular order, who could end up being in the Giants’ sights for the first round of the draft.


Unless otherwise noted, all salary information is from Over the Cap, and all pro statistics and player grades are from Pro Football Focus (subscription required). 

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