With the 61st overall pick, the New York Giants found a gem in WR Rueben Randle.
Randle should have been selected in the first round, but slid because of the flat-out talent at the wideout position in the 2012 draft class. The former LSU Tiger will immediately be a difference maker, and is already “NFL Ready”.
After losing Super Bowl hero WR Mario Manningham to the San Francisco 49ers via free agency, the Giants had a big need for third wideout until they selected Randle.
The Niners have drastically improved their team, and are undoubtedly Super Bowl contenders. To keep up with one of the NFL’s most illustrious powerhouses, the G-Men have to build their offense as San Fran did.
In the first round of the draft, the Giants picked RB David Wilson. The tandem will be the future of the Big Blue’s offense.
Right now, it looks like Randle will be a week one starter. If the situation plays out that way, the Giants may even have a better offense than last year’s.