With less than a week to go before the 2016 NFL Draft, our mock draft database continues to show a massive division of opinion concerning what the New York Giants might do with the 10th overall pick this Thursday night.
In our most recent tally, Notre Dame offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley is the player most often mocked to the Giants, being selected 11 of 45 times, or in 24.4 percent of the mocks listed. Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott was chosen 10 times (22.2 percent) for the Giants.
Georgia linebacker Leonard Floyd has become the defensive player most often mocked to the Giants. He was the choice in seven mock (15.6 percent of the time). Florida cornerback Vernon Hargreaves was the choice in five mocks, or 11.1 percent of those in our database.
Linebackers Myles Jack of UCLA and Darron Lee of Ohio State were each chosen three times.
Throughout the buildup to the draft there has been very little consensus about what the Giants might do at 10. That has something to do with the number of plausible directions the Giants could go, but also something to do with the uncertainty with the nine picks in front of New York.
Only a few more days until we find out.