Mock Draft Monday: Rounding Up The Mock Drafts

We are in the height of Mock Draft Madness, with the real 2012 NFL Draft less than four weeks away. As our own Big Blue View 2012 Community Mock Draft continues to roll along, let's look around see what some of the newly-released mock drafts are saying about expectations for the New York Giants.

I will try to do this occasionally over the next few weeks and see if we can identify and trends. Or, just start lots or arguments.

SB Nation -- Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford: SBN says "Martin can compete for a starting job immediately." [Jonathan Martin Profile]

Mocking The Draft (Wells) -- Alshon Jeffrey, WR, South Carolina: Wells says "With Mario Manningham gone, and with Victor Cruz likely to get used more as a primary receiver, the Giants need to get someone like Jeffery."

Mocking The Draft (Seton Hall and Steelers) -- Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford: Seton Hall says "this pick makes all too much sense."

Draft Countdown -- Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford (Round 1). Mychal Kendrick, LB, California (Round 2).

FOX Sports (Schrager) -- Jayron Hosley, CB, Virginia Tech: Schrager says "Hosley's not the biggest or fastest guy in this cornerback class, but he's a cerebral type who can cover both big, rangy wideouts and quick, undersized ones. I like him in New York blue."

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