The Rambling Rebel
1. Evan Engram TE (sort of)
I don't think many people thought the Giants were gonna take Evan Engram at all let alone in the first round. Obviously since I'm an Ole Miss Rebel I love this pick, but the more I think about it the better I think it is. Evan brings not only speed, but some much needed height. He'll be a guy who can make plays in the middle of the field and catch Eli's over throws. I give this pick 100% A++++++
2. Dalvin Tomlinson DT
This pick is great for filling needs. Dalvin is gonna be a huge replacment player for Snacks and as we've seen Bama defensive players come prepared to make an immediate impact in the pros (Landon Collins). While I would have prefered to draft Zach Cunningham and sure up our LB core with an athletic freak this pick works almost as well.
3. Davis Webb QB
The AIR apparent am i right (get it he throws so instead of heir it's air so funny). Look nobody wants Eli to play more than me, but drafting his replacement was something that had to happen sooner rather than later. Webb comes in with a lot of arm strength and raw talent, but obviously was not a guy who is gonna go into the pros and carry a team. Now he can sit for a few years learn the ropes and pick up the reigns whenever Eli (the greatest qb ever two time super bowl MVP future hall of famer and no I'm totally not biased) Manning decides to retire. Also he has a funny face just like Eli so that'll be fun.
4. Wayne Gallman RB
This is a solid pick for the Giants. Last year Paul Perkins made an impact at the end of the year by being a strong runner who doesn't pussyfoot around. He runs foward and occasionally side ways and can make plays after he gets free. Gallman is a guy who will heavily compliment that. Watching him at Clemson he was another guy who doesn't try and make plays in the backfield but instead just runs. These two can hopefully start improving the lack luster run game. Still waiting for some solid run blocking doe.
5. Avery Moss DE
Man our D line is gonna be stacked next year. I don't know a lot about this guy because one the Rangers were busy losing to the Senators when he got drafted and 2 he's from Youngstown so I don't think I saw him play a single game. Obviously highlights are biased but from what I've seen he brings some talent that can feed off our veteran defensive players.
6. Adam Bisnowaty OT
So most fans thought we'd go OT early and often, but that wasn't the case. Instead we took guys who filled a lot of our skill positions and saved our most glaring issue for last. The guy was a starter all of his years at Pitt and looks like a solid player to keep Eli's head attached to his body. Look at it this way he cannot be worse than Flowers.