I know you are sick and tired of mock drafts. For a little while longer, however, that is all we have. Here are a pair of seven-round efforts for you to chew on. See what you think of the haul for the New York Giants in each of these.
NFL.com (Josh Norris)
Round 1 (19th) -- Tank Carradine, DE, Florida State
Round 2 (49th) -- Darius Slay, CB, Mississippi State
Round 3 (81st) -- Brian Winters, OG, Kent State
Round 4 (116th) -- Le'Veon Bell, RB, Michigan State
Round 5 (152nd) -- Nick Kasa, TE, Colorado
Round 6 (187th) -- Nikell Robey, CB, USC
Round 7 (225th) -- Anthony McCloud, DT, Florida State
Round 7 (253rd, compensatory) -- John Lotulelei, LB, UNLV
Valentine's View: I love the value in rounds 3-5 here. Winters is considered a starting-caliber guard in the NFL. Bell would provide nice depth at running back. Kasa is a 269-pounder who is an excellent blocker and has the potential to become a quality receiver.
Round 1 (19th) -- Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State
Round 2 (49th) -- Arthur Brown, LB, Kansas State
Round 3 (81st) -- D.J. Swearinger, FS, South Carolina
Round 4 (116th) -- Zaviar Gooden, OLB, Missouri
Round 5 (152nd) -- Matt Scott, QB, Arizona
Round 6 (187th) -- Manase Foketi, OT, West Texas A&M
Round 7 (225th) -- Stansly Maponga, DE, TCU
Round 7 (253rd, compensatory) -- T.J. More, WR, Missouri
Valentine's View: The pick that leaps off the page is the selection of Brown in the second round. Whether he can eventually play in the middle or is a weak-side linebacker, I think Giants' fans would jump for joy if Brown were selected at 49. Draft Tek has also gone the developmental quarterback route by taking Scott, a player Draft Insider believes has starting potential at the NFL level.