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5 Best-Case Scenarios for New York Giants in 2014 NFL Draft

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5 Best-Case Scenarios for New York Giants in 2014 NFL Draft
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The NFL draft is just over a month away, so it's time to start conjuring dream scenarios for the New York Giants' incoming rookie class.

The Giants have been aggressive hunters on the open market this spring. By gobbling up several free agents, New York hopes to improve on a 7-9 record posted in 2013. Due in part to this recent flurry of offseason action, the Giants now have more first-round selections from other teams (six) than they do their own (four) on the current roster, according to a Tweet by Tom Rock of Newsday.

Put the Giants' affinity for reclamation projects aside for a second, and Rock's alarming fact serves as an indicator that New York can afford to improve its drafting as a whole. What better time to start than this May?

This article will highlight five best-case scenarios upon which the Giants must capitalize if given the opportunity in the 2014 NFL draft.

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