The New York Giants are not afraid to use their first-round draft pick to bolster a position that may not be a need on their roster. In 2010, it was defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul. In 2011, the Giants selected cornerback Prince Amukamara, despite the position not being a glaring need—at least not prior to the regular season. Heading into the 2012 NFL draft, there are quite a few holes on the Giants roster that need to be filled—such as the linebacker and left tackle positions—but don’t be surprised if the Giants and general manager Jerry Reese go in a different direction with the 32nd pick.
When the New York Giants selected South Florida defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul with the 15 th overall pick in the 2010 NFL draft, he had the reputation as being an athletic freak of nature, a 6’5”, 270-pounder who became a YouTube ... Read Post
2011 NFL Draft Grades See Giants Pick Best Player Available in Prince Amukamara With the Royal Wedding approaching, the New York Giants and their Prince wed in harmony on Thursday in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft. My apologi... Read Post
With the nineteenth overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, the New York Giants select Nebraska cornerback Prince Amukamara. Analysis: The fans screamed out 'We Want Prince' and they got what they wanted. Probably the steal of the draft... Read Post