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2013 NFL Mock Draft: Rounding up picks for New York Giants

A final Friday look at NFL Mock Drafts from around the Internet. Is there a consensus pick for the New York Giants? Not really.

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Sheldon Richardson
Sheldon Richardson

Let's do our final Friday roundup of 2013 NFL Mock Drafts (let me guess, you didn't even know we were doing them every Friday, did you?). Well, we have been doing that here at Big Blue View. So, with the draft less than a week away let's look around the Inter-Google and see what the experts -- most of whom honestly have no clue what is going to happen next week in this most mystifying of NFL Draft -- think the New York Giants might do with the 19th overall selection.

National Football Post -- Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri

FOX Sports (Schrager) -- Richardson

Schrager says: "Several familiar faces — Chris Canty, Osi Umenyiora, and Kenny Phillips primarily — won’t be suiting up for the Giants next season. Look for Jerry Reese and Tom Coughlin to find some young talent in the draft. Richardson is a pass rushing menace on the inside. He’s quick and nimble inside and has versatility."

Walter Football -- Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama

East Coast Sports -- Jonathan Cooper, OG, North Carolina

Sports Illustrated (Banks) -- Tank Carradine, DE, Florida State

Banks says: "I know the Giants like Carradine, and we all realize how much New York values first-round pass rushers. But with Georgia linebacker Alec Olgetree and Alabama offensive tackle D.J. Fluker available, the Giants to take Carradine would again have to pass on greater needs in order to take their highest-rated player. I can see it happening."

USA Today -- D.J. RT, Alabama

Nate Davis writes: "It's time to start reshaping an aging offensive line. Fluker is made to order as a mauler for the right side who could eventually develop into a left tackle."

Ourlads -- Alec Ogletree, LB, Georgia