Mel Kiper Jr., ESPN's alleged Draft expert, released his most recent two-round mock draft on Thursday and the results may (or may not) be interesting to fans of the New York Giants. And despite wide speculation that hints the Giants seem to be moving away from North Carolina tight end Eric Ebron, Kiper Jr. has the Giants snagging him in Round 1 of the 2014 NFL Draft before moving onto UCLA guard Xavier Su'a-Fila in Round 2.
Round 1: Giants Select TE Eric Ebron, North Carolina
“Here's a case where you can accuse me of projecting a team to take the same player I would if it was my decision. Ebron is a potential difference-maker for the next stage of Eli Manning's career, a big target in the passing game who can create constant matchup problems with his size and quickness underneath, and down the field with his speed and catch radius (again, size). The Giants have had four different tight ends catch the most passes at that position over the past four years. They could use a really good one," Kiper wrote.
Round 2: Giants Select OG Xavier Su'a-Filo, UCLARead more... Join the Conversation...