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All the "experts" are saying the Giants are going to pick a CB.. Most of you are looking LB / WR in the draft and signing a Vet CB via FA....I would realy love a a possetion type WR....


But, if you had to take a CB in the draft who would it be?



Here is a quote from Espn


Jan. 9, 2007


20. N.Y. Giants (8-8)

Projected pick: +Darrelle Revis, CB, Pittsburgh

The Giants must upgrade their cover-corner situation, and Revis displays the athleticism and ball skills to fit their needs. Revis will compete for the second cornerback taken behind Hall in this year's class.



21. Denver (9-7)

Projected pick: Daymeion Hughes, CB, Cal

The tragic passing of Darrent Williams will force the Broncos to re-evaluate their personnel needs this offseason.



22. Dallas (9-7)

Projected pick: +Reggie Nelson, S, Florida

Nelson, a speedy center fielder with excellent ball skills, would provide an ideal complement next to hard-hitting S Roy Williams.



23. Kansas City (9-7)

Projected pick: +Sidney Rice, WR, South Carolina

Rice's draft stock could fluctuate greatly depending on his postseason workouts. Assuming he grades out as a late first-round prospect, the Chiefs would welcome his pass-catching services on the perimeter.



24. y-New England (from Seattle)

Projected pick: +Jarvis Moss, DE/OLB, Florida

Moss is an undersized pass-rushing end who would fit well as an outside linebacker in the Patriots' 3-4 defensive scheme. Plus, Bill Belichick obviously has a thing for Gators players.



25. y-N.Y. Jets (10-6)

Projected pick: Kenny Irons, RB, Auburn

Irons' draft stock is plummeting after a disappointing senior campaign. However, don't be surprised if he works his way back into the first round by running well and checking out physically at next month's combine. The Jets might be desperate enough to take a gamble.



26. y-New Orleans (10-6)

Projected pick: Marcus McCauley, CB, Fresno State

The Saints need lots of help on defense, and selecting McCauley would be a step in the right direction. McCauley is raw but he's also a 6-foot-1 cornerback with 4.3-second speed in the 40-yard dash.



27. y-Philadelphia (10-6)

Projected pick: +Lawrence Timmons, OLB, Florida State

Timmons is unpolished, but he's a big hitter with great speed for his size.


28. y-New England (12-4)

Projected pick: Jeff Samardzija, WR, Notre Dame

Samardzija could easily slip out of the first round due to his desire to play both baseball (Cubs) and football professionally. The Patriots should be "in the know" thanks to their old buddy Charlie Weis.



29. y-Indianapolis (12-4)

Projected pick: Patrick Willis, ILB, Ole Miss

The Colts' run defense was abysmal during the regular season, so drafting a one-man wrecking crew like Willis makes a lot of sense with this pick. Willis notched 265 tackles during his final three seasons at Ole Miss.



30. y-Chicago (13-3)

Projected pick: Levi Brown, OT, Penn State

Brown could slip after a disappointing senior season, but it's still tough to find a tackle with his combination of size and agility.



31. y-Baltimore (13-3)

Projected pick: LaMarr Woodley, DE/OLB, Michigan

The Ravens could use a youth influx at linebacker, and Woodley would be a good fit thanks to his experience playing in a similar hybrid 3-4/4-3 defensive scheme at Michigan.



32. y-San Diego (14-2)

Projected pick: Dwayne Bowe, WR, LSU

A young weapon like Bowe at wide receiver could take an already-potent Chargers offense to the next level.

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