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Mayock's Updated Draft Rankings


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Quarterback

1. Carson Wentz, North Dakota State

2. Jared Goff, California

3. Paxton Lynch, Memphis

4. Connor Cook, Michigan State

5. Dak Prescott, Mississippi State

Running back

1. Ezekiel Elliott, Ohio State

2. Derrick Henry, Alabama

3. Devontae Booker, Utah

4. Kenneth Dixon, Louisiana Tech

5. C.J. Prosise, Notre Dame

Rise: Prosise (NR)

Fall: Jordan Howard, Indiana (5)

Wide receiver

1. Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss

2. Corey Coleman, Baylor

3. Josh Doctson, TCU

4. Will Fuller, Notre Dame

T-5. Sterling Shepard, Oklahoma

T-5. Michael Thomas, Ohio State

Rise: Doctson (4), Fuller (5), Shepard (NR)

Fall: Thomas (3)

Tight end

1. Hunter Henry, Arkansas

2. Austin Hooper, Stanford

3. Jerrell Adams, South Carolina

4. Nick Vannett, Ohio State

5. Ben Braunecker, Harvard

Rise: Braunecker (NR)

Fall: Henry Krieger Coble, Iowa (5)

Offensive tackle

1. Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss

2. Ronnie Stanley, Notre Dame

3. Jack Conklin, Michigan State

4. Taylor Decker, Ohio State

T-5. Germain Ifedi, Texas A&M

T-5. Jason Spriggs, Indiana

Rise: Ifedi (NR), Spriggs (NR)

Fall: Willie Beavers, Western Michigan (5)

Guard

1. Cody Whitehair, Kansas State

2. Joshua Garnett, Stanford

3. Christian Westerman, Arizona State

4. Vadal Alexander, LSU

5. Connor McGovern, Missouri

Rise: Garnett (3), Westerman (4), McGovern (NR)

Fall: Alexander (2), Graham Glasgow, Michigan (5)

Center

1. Ryan Kelly, Alabama

2. Nick Martin, Notre Dame

3. Max Tuerk, USC

4. Evan Boehm, Missouri

T-5. Graham Glasgow, Michigan

T-5. Jack Allen, Michigan State

Rise: Glasgow (NR)

Fall: Allen (5)

 

Interior defensive line

1. DeForest Buckner, Oregon

2. Sheldon Rankins, Louisville

3. Jarran Reed, Alabama

4. A'Shawn Robinson, Alabama

5. Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss

Rise: Rankins (3), Reed (4), Robinson (5)

Fall: Nkemdiche (2)

Edge rusher

1. Joey Bosa, Ohio State

2. Leonard Floyd, Georgia

3. Noah Spence, Eastern Kentucky

4. Shaq Lawson, Clemson

T-5. Kamalei Correa, Boise State

T-5. Emmanuel Ogbah, Oklahoma State

Rise: Floyd (4), Correa (NR), Ogbah (NR)

Fall: Spence (2), Lawson (3), Kevin Dodd, Clemson (5)

Linebacker

1. Jaylon Smith, Notre Dame

2. Myles Jack, UCLA

3. Darron Lee, Ohio State

4. Reggie Ragland, Alabama

5. Deion Jones, LSU

Rise: Lee (4)

Fall: Ragland (3)

Cornerback

1. Vernon Hargreaves, Florida

2. Eli Apple, Ohio State

3. Artie Burns, Miami (Fla.)

4. William Jackson III, Houston

5. Mackensie Alexander, Clemson

Rise: Hargreaves (2), Apple (4), Burns (NR), Jackson (NR)

Fall: Alexander (3), Cyrus Jones, Alabama (5)

Note: Jalen Ramsey, Florida State (1), moves to safety

Safeties

1. Jalen Ramsey, Florida State

2. Karl Joseph, West Virginia

3. Vonn Bell, Ohio State

4. Miles Killebrew, Southern Utah

5. K.J. Dillon, West Virgina

Rise: Dillon (NR)

Fall: Joseph (1), Bell (2), Darien Thompson, Boise State (3), Jeremy Cash, Duke (5)

Note: Ramsey moves from cornerback

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That would be nice. He's now becoming the popular pick for us at 10.

I think he stays out of the first round and I think the Giants will shy away from taking a LB in the first... I see them going OT or DE... With the overwhelming expectation towards OT.... They're thinking settling the Oline for years to come....

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I think he stays out of the first round and I think the Giants will shy away from taking a LB in the first... I see them going OT or DE... With the overwhelming expectation towards OT.... They're thinking settling the Oline for years to come....

Floyd would be a DE in our scheme

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DE/LB hybrid has not worked out well for the Giants

 

but it can... think of the many times our DEs dropped in coverage... Nonetheless, I feel he'll be there for us in the 2nd round... I have a strong feeing we're going OT in the first (all things being equal) especially with all the money spent in FA on the defensive side of the ball... the temptation of a strong OL that will carry the team over the next 6... 7... 8... years etc. I see us taking Ronnie Stanley in the 1st. And no one will be mad at that.. not even Joe :)

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If Stanley drops to 10, yeah, I can't complain about that pick. Not sure he will though. This draft class doesn't have the marquee QB or the widely renowned WR. I'm not saying that Wentz, Treadwell, or Goff won't go in the top 10. They might...but whether they're true top 10 talents is debated. Because there are questions, that makes the safe pick of the OT a little more safe than normal. As such, I wouldn't be surprised to see Stanley go before 10.

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I thank you for the list, will be a good reference over the coming weeks. Haven't been very interested in the draft this year unlike the previous ones. Still early I think or maybe just hoping we get one more need taken care of before then and shifting the focus of our first pick.

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but it can... think of the many times our DEs dropped in coverage... Nonetheless, I feel he'll be there for us in the 2nd round... I have a strong feeing we're going OT in the first (all things being equal) especially with all the money spent in FA on the defensive side of the ball... the temptation of a strong OL that will carry the team over the next 6... 7... 8... years etc. I see us taking Ronnie Stanley in the 1st. And no one will be mad at that.. not even Joe :)

I would I don't want a RT with the tenth pick

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Watch it happen. Neither Okung nor Penn is going to the right side for a second year player unless he is a superstar, and Flowers has a ways to go. Both are very respected LT's and Penn still plays well, Nas. Not too old. Flowers will wait his turn and get additional seasoning like a good soldier.

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Watch it happen. Neither Okung nor Penn is going to the right side for a second year player unless he is a superstar, and Flowers has a ways to go. Both are very respected LT's and Penn still plays well, Nas. Not too old. Flowers will wait his turn and get additional seasoning like a good soldier.

In that case give me Stanley and just leave Flowers on the right and there's your duo for the next ten years. Penn is old and Okung is way overrated, he had one year where he was above average in pass protection and had a -7.2 run block rating according to PFF last year

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There have been quite a few reports out of the Giants stating that Flowers is staying on the left side. Hell, that could be half the hang up of Okung not signing. He wants LT money where teams want him to play, and be paid as a, RT.

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