Round 1, No. 19

Justin Pugh, OT, Syracuse

Pugh started the first 25 games of his career at left tackle before missing four games in 2012 due to an off-season shoulder surgery.

He's a balanced athlete with great footwork in space and natural body control. He shows off his agile feet on the move and pulls laterally with ease.

With a high football aptitude and great vision, it's his high motor that really stands out. He works hard on winning every snap and also on his technique.

It's hard to overlook his lack of an ideal frame and limited core strength. Even though he's athletically gifted, it's hard to trust him on the outside due to his stature.

If the Giants move him to guard, he'll have a long career with them because he has high character blocking.

 

Round 2, No. 49

Johnathan Hankins, DT, Ohio St.

Hankins has excellent feet for a defensive tackle with a good start off burst to barrel threw the line of scrimmage.

He'll be a two-down run stopper with very good awareness and great eyes to track down the play.

One of the scarier things is sometimes you'd see him dropping in coverage.

He has the versatility to play inside or outside, regardless, he's going to be eating up blocks.

 

Round 3, No. 81

Damontre Moore, DE, A&M

Moore has a good frame size and excellent length, to keep blockers away.

He has a quick first step and exceptional lateral agility to make blockers miss in space.

His strength is his biggest asset, he uses that and his momentum to push blockers off of their spot.

He plays fast and confident with a motor that just doesn't stop.

Playing in many positions on the defensive side of the ball, he has played both defensive ends, linebacker and defensive tackle (all of which he was extremely productive).

 

BONUS

Round 4, No 110

Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse

"He's a passionate kid with an edge.

He's got some footwork issues, but if you want to talk about a kid with an edge to him who will make his teammates better, this is the kid," said Mike Mayock

Nassib is a tough kid and is a workout warrior. I love the value that the Giants got for him and it's a great situation for him. Having Eli Manning as a mentor for a couple years, than he'll come out and be the starter for years to come.

 

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