This article will not offer the in-depth analysis that my previous articles did, because at this point, you have heard enough information to decide whether or not you like each draft prospect.
The Giants have no one's selections but their own this year, or at least have one in every round; no more, no less. Generally you go into a draft with a plan and it seems like Big Blue's is simple: Get guys to help win a championship now.
However, you never know what Jerry Reese could be thinking. He could trade away our first- or second-rounders to pick up more selections. This strategy helps in the long run, but I can guarantee it won't be popular until next April.
The counter of that ideology would be to trade future considerations to move up in rounds or get more picks. I would love it if we did this in the second round in order to get first-round talent with our first two selections.
However, it is my gut feeling that the draft is deep enough that if the team were to stay put at all levels, then a solid player could be found in every round.
That being said, here are my predictions of how the draft will go for Big Blue. You'll notice it is quite different from the last one.