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Afternoon Giants News And Notes

An extra notebook for you this afternoon, New York Giants fans. Mostly because I'm feeling generous, and more importantly because there are a few nuggets worth sharing.

Ralph Vacchiano's post on New York Giants | Latest updates on Sulia
Just for fun I checked 16 mock drafts this morning from sites I respect. The most oft-picked player for the Giants was Stanford TE Coby Fleener (5 times). Stanford T Jonathan Martin and Alabama LB Dont’a Hightower were selected three times each. Also picked for the Giants (once each) were Boise State RB Doug Martin, USC DE Nick Perry, Notre Dame S Harrison Smith, South Carolina CB Stephon Gilmore, and Ohio State T Mike Adams.

Giants hosted Clemson tight end Dwayne Allen for pre-draft visit |
More complete player than Stanford's Coby Fleener?

Middle linebacker Dont’a Hightower of Alabama Crimson Tide would be good choice for New York Giants with 32nd pick in NFL Draft -
"Inside linebacker, nickel backer, defensive end and odd rusher," Saban said of Hightower at Alabama’s recent pro day. "He does all those things very well, he is very smart and he has leadership qualities."

Pro Football Talk picked LSU wide receiver Reuben Randle for the Giants at No. 32.

Redskins sign LB Bryan Kehl

Brandon Jacobs likes to drive fast

Scout says Fleener "might be the most overrated guy in the draft" | ProFootballTalk
Bob McGinn and Tyler Dunne have been churning out info-packed draft prospect rundowns in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel over the past several days. McGinn is tight with a large number of league evaluators, and gets them to talk about players leading up to the draft.