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It’s finally here! The NFL Draft, pushed back to May in order to produce big ratings during “sweeps week,” is actually upon us, starting on Thursday night with round one. While the extra two weeks has made it seem like it’s taken forever for the draft to get here, it has provided plenty of time for preparation. NFL teams are so ready to go, flooded with information, that some took this past weekend off, heading to Vegas for a little R&R. At cover32, it’s provided ample time to break down each position in the draft. In case you missed any of our top-10 lists during the past few weeks, or just want to have them all in one handy place, below are our rankings for every offensive position. Brush up and be prepared for Thursday, Friday and Saturday: QUARTERBACKS It’s the most important position in football. Who is ready to be the face of an NFL franchise? Here’s the top 10 signal callers in the draft. RUNNING BACKS Some think it’s a dying position, but teams still need someone who can get the tough yards. Here are the top 10 ball carriers available. WIDE RECEIVERS The NFL’s new glamour position, there are plenty of game changers out there. Who’s at the top? Here are the top 10 wide outs on the board. TIGHT ENDS No longer just glorified offensive tackles, players like Jimmy Graham have redefined this position. Here are the top 10 tight ends in the draft. INTERIOR OFFENSIVE LINEMEN The best way to disrupt a passing game is with pressure up the middle, making these guys vital. Here are the top 10 guards and centers available. OFFENSIVE TACKLES Their hefty paychecks show their importance, as they protect quarterbacks from speed rushers. Here are the top 10 tackles on the board. Check back on Tuesday, as we post the top 10 players at every defensive position. You may also be interested in:Top-10 guys in the Draft at each offensive position who could help the New York GiantsNew York Giants Draft Prospects: Rounds 5-7National Rewind: Power Rankings, the New York Giants latest mock draft pick, more

New York Giants 2014 Mock Draft: Several Scenarios, Which do you like?

Giants GM Jerry Reese addresses the media after a game last season. Photo courtesy of Giants.comIsaiah MatteosianBGB ReporterThe NFL Draft is upon us. The New York Giants sit at #12. Provided that they do not trade up or out of that spot, there are several viable directions for the team to go in. They have multiple needs and voids to fill on both sides of the ball.With that said...

National Rewind: Power Rankings, the New York Giants latest mock draft pick, more

The mocks are almost done, the draft is just four days away and all the speculation is nearly finished. Here are the best columns from the cover32 universe this past week” National Columns • The top-10 kickers and punters in the NFL Draft. (READ) • Power Rankings: Grading each NFL team’s defense. (READ) • Mock Draft Round 1, version 3.0. (READ) • The 20 dumbest criminals...

New York Giants Draft Prospects: Rounds 5-7

We’re almost there. Just a few more days will finally lead to the 2014 NFL Draft and even at this junction, interest remains for whom football fans’ respective teams will select over the course of the three-day event. The New York Giants have been no exception, with plenty of speculation placed on which top prospect they will take with the 12th-overall selection. There are plenty...

NFL Draft: 10 guys at each defensive position who could help the New York Giants

It’s finally here! The NFL Draft, pushed back to May in order to produce big ratings during “sweeps week,” is actually upon us, starting on Thursday night with round one. While the extra two weeks has made it seem like it’s taken forever for the draft to get here, it has provided plenty of time for preparation. NFL teams are so ready to go, flooded with information, that...

GM Jerry Reese, Giants looking for 'sure things' in 2014 NFL Draft

The New York Giants spent the offseason retooling their roster, spending a pretty penny on free agents such as Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and RB Rashad Jennings, but the team needs a solid draft, something that has been lacking as of late. General manager Jerry Reese understands the importance of selecting talented, but cheap labor to balance out their expensive offseason shopping spree.

New York Giants: Final 7-round mock draft

NFL Draft Ladies and Gentlemen, there is finally light at the end of the tunnel. The 2014 NFL draft is officially on the horizon and I cant wait. This was my first time using Fanspeak’s Draft Simulator and it was actually pretty fun. If you’ve never used it before, you should definitely give it a try. It goes round by round and the computer picks for the other teams as you draft...

Source: New York Giants show interest in All-Conference USA safety

Per source, the New York Giants have shown interest in All-Conference USA safety from East Carolina, Chip Thompson. He finished his senior season with 57 tackles, two interceptions and a combined 24 pass break-ups and passes defended. has also learned the Jacksonville Jaguars are another team that has shown interest in the talented safety.

Giants need passing attack to regain past form

The New York Giants passing game took it on the chin in 2013, however, the hiring of new offensive coordinator Bob McAdoo brings hope that the former Green Bay Packers quarterback coach can inject life into the unit. According to Jamey Eisenberg of CBS Sports, if the Giants are to bounce back and make it back to the playoffs, their passing game must improve a lot. Quarterback...

Report: Giants don’t like Eric Ebron due to personalty red flags

If you’re a Giants fan and you’re wondering why the Giants don’t want former North Carolina tight end Eric Ebron.,  here’s your answer.  I was told earlier this evening the New York Giants maybe souring on Ebron due to many of the personality red flags we’ve reported on this site since November. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Report...

Power Rankings: New York Giants have a top-15 front office in the NFL

With the draft only two days away, fans around the country are hoping that their team uses the three-day selection meeting to rebuild, restock or reload their roster. It’s an event that can transform a franchise, for better or worse, if things aren’t handled in the proper way. Being successful during the draft ultimately comes down to one thing: Making good decisions. When trade...

Giants want to find out what they have in second year quarterback Ryan Nassib this offseason

According to Larry Hartstein of CBS Sports, the New York Giants want too find out exactly what they have in second year quarterback Ryan Nassib. Inactive for all 16 games in 2013, the young signal caller is expected to compete for the No. 2 job, and the club plans to evaluate him during OTAs later this month.

Eli Manning Hangin’ with Big Dogs

Eli Manning may be missing Giants spring activities, but he’s not missing the action at Yankee Stadium.  Eli was in Derek Jeter’s suite to witness Tampa Bay’s 5-1 win over the Yankees. Eli wasn’t alone, either.  Bro Peyton was in the Big Apple to appear on the Letterman show, so he decided to swing by with his younger brother and touch base with the Yankees’ captain....

Eli Manning is already throwing after undergoing ankle surgery

Peyton Manning told Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News that his brother Eli has already started to throw after undergoing offseason ankle surgery. “He feels good,” Peyton Manning said. “He was doing some light throwing the other day, obviously just kind of upper-body stuff.” It looks like Eli might be ahead of schedule. Peyton seemed to indicate that Eli wasn’t...

Giants need better production from this draft

It wasn't just the offense. When Giants co-owner John Mara issued his now-legendary description of the point-scoring side of the ball as "broken" in January, he went on to say that the team needed to change the way it drafts its players. They have won two Super Bowls with Jerry Reese as general manager, but the Giants have drafted only two Pro Bowl players in the...

Giants reportedly think very highly of Odell Beckham Jr.

The Giants could look to get a wide receiver in the first round given that the position has some question marks surrounding whether anyone currently on the roster can fill the void at outside receiver. The Giants lost Hakeem Nicks to free agency and didn't do much to fill the position in free agency (about the only position that the team ignored this year). Victor Cruz...
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