Breaking Down NY Giants GM Jerry Reese's Pre-Draft Press Conference

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Breaking Down NY Giants GM Jerry Reese's Pre-Draft Press Conference
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Reese was mostly tight-lipped at his annual pre-draft presser, but he did drop a few hints here and there.

When it comes to the NFL draft, ‘tis the season to be deceiving, and that’s precisely the approach that New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese takes every year at his league-mandated pre-draft press conference.

It’s certainly understandable that Reese would want to make sure that the team’s draft plans stay in-house—any leak of that information could potentially ruin their hopes and expectations on what they hope to come out of the draft with.

So if you’re looking for any concrete information as to whether it’s going to be Notre Dame offensive lineman Zack Martin, tight end Eric Ebron, Pittsburgh defensive tackle Aaron Donald or some other prospect that absolutely no one considered as a potential first-round draft pick, then you might want to stop reading right here, because Reese stuck to his insistence of looking for the "best available" player. 

However, there were a few nuggets to come from his press conference held at the team’s headquarters in East Rutherford, New Jersey on Thursday afternoon.

Let’s take a look at some of those nuggets and try to break down what they potentially mean for the team moving forward.

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