Tom Rock takes a look at the seven players taken by the Giants in the 2012 NFL Draft.
Running back, Virginia Tech
5-10, 206 pounds
1st round, No. 32 overall
-- Named the ACC Offensive Player of the Year after rushing for 1,709 yards and nine touchdowns last season. He also caught 22 passes for 129 yards.
-- Has big-play potential and fills a need at the position.
Wide receiver, LSU
6-4, 210 pounds
2nd round, No. 63 overall
-- Caught 53 passes for 917 yards and eight touchdowns.
-- Considered an NFL-ready receiver, he is strong and a good route-runner.
Cornerback, Virginia Tech
5-10, 178 pounds
3rd round, No. 94 overall
-- Led the nation with nine interceptions in 2010
-- Had just three interceptions in 2011 as teams stopped throwing at him.
-- Failed a drug test at the Combine, which is one of the reasons he dropped this far.
Tight end, Cincinnati
6-4, 264 pounds
4th round, No. 127 overall
-- Has the size, athleticism and long arms to excel.
-- Excelled at the Combine to overcome his senior year stats — 12 catches — in a spread offense at Cincinnati.
Offensive tackle, Auburn
6-5, 314 pounds
4th rouhd, No. 131 overall
-- A tight end and defensive end in high school and community college until he became a tackle at Auburn.
-- Was on the 2010 National Championship team at Auburn.
-- Went from 270 pounds to 318 in his two years at Auburn, and started the final 24 games of his career.
Offensive tackle, UAB
6-5, 308 pounds
6th round No. 201 overall
-- Has the height, but needs to bulk up to succeed; will need development just like any sixth-rounder does.
-- Good body control and rarely allowed a sack against conference opponents.
Defensive tackle, N.C. State
6-4, 299 pounds
7th round, No. 239 overall
-- A developmental player, Kuhn has the size to play inside and can run down plays from the backside.
-- Quick off the ball, but needs work on his technique, especially against veteran players.