Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for New York Giants' Top 3 Picks

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Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for New York Giants' Top 3 Picks
LM Otero
Texas Tech TE Jace Amaro is a best-case scenario, but for which round?

When the New York Giants start plucking up prime collegiate talent in next month's NFL draft, will you be exalting general manager Jerry Reese's expertise, or will you be cursing your television set?

Some picks naturally generate excitement within the fanbase, while others leave the faithful scratching their heads. But that initial knee-jerk reaction doesn't always translate to future NFL production or lack thereof. Later this week, I'll be highlighting the best and worst Giants draft picks of the past decade.

But right now, let's focus on the first three rounds of this year's draft. New York must have its eyes on several dozen early round prospects, but on draft day, the Giants will only be in position to settle on a few. Management must make those selections wisely.

This article will highlight the best- and worst-case scenarios for each of the Giants' top three picks in the 2014 draft.


Note: All statistical information courtesy of Pro Football Reference, contract information courtesy of Rotoworld and NFL combine information courtesy of, unless specifically stated otherwise.

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