New York Giants' news, 4/18: Draft chatter at forefront

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New York Giants' headlines for Friday, 4/18.

Good morning, New York Giants' fans! Here are a few morning headlines to start what we hope will be a fantastic Friday for you.

CBS Sports considers tight end Eric Ebron, often connected to the Giants, one of the risky boom-or-bust prospects in this year's draft class.

Writing for Bleacher Report, Pat Traina gives here take on first-round options for the Giants. Nothing really new here, but getting another viewpoint is never a bad idea.

Syracuse alumni Ryan Nassib and Justin Pugh took to Twitter to endorse the school's new football uniforms. The part of this that interested me was the picture of Tom Coughlin carrying the ball for Syracuse as a player.

Pro Football Talk offers a partial list of player visits and workouts.

Giants.com pits C.J. Mosley vs. Anthony Barr and asks Giants fans to make the case for each player.

Former NFL executive Gil Brandt released an updated list of 50 top prospects for this year's draft. Brandt ranks Johnny Manziel No. 1 overall.

Bucky Brooks looks at players who deserve more buzz entering the draft. Among those on Brooks' list who could interest the Giants are Alabama offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio and UCLA guard Xavier Su'a-Filo.

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