With pro days wrapping up, senior analyst Gil Brandt updated his list of top 100 prospects leading into the NFL Draft.
There wasn't much movement near the top as QB Andrew Luck (Stanford), QB Robert Griffin III (Baylor), OT Matt Kalil (USC) and DE Quinton Coples (North Carolina) remained the best four, according to the former personnel executive.
The only shakeup in his top five was the addition of Alabama running back Trent Richardson at No. 5 (previously No. 6), while LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne slipped to No. 7.
"Richardson surprised everybody when he ran 4.48 and had 25 bench reps," Brandt wrote on NFL.com. "He caught the ball with ease, including a great one-handed grab. He's a compact player with quickness and explosiveness and can be a good pass protector."
Meanwhile, NFL pundits around the country are weighing in with their mock drafts and predicting which direction the Giants will go with the 32nd pick in the upcoming draft.
From tight ends to offensive linemen and linebackers, keep track of what they're saying as we sit 16 days away from commissioner Roger Goodell taking the podium.
Hickory, N.C. - The New York Giants Defensive Coordinator Perry Fewell spoke recently after a Lenoir-Rhyne spring football practice. Fewell was on campus as a member of the school's Board of Visitors as part of Lenoir-Rhyne's Board Of Trustees weekend. Fewell was inducted into Lenoir-Rhyne University Sports Hall Of Fame in October of 2011.
Craig Marshall, a Choctawhatchee graduate and former standout defensive end at the University of South Florida, got a taste of the NFL last year. Now, he is seeking much more. [Northwest Florida Daily News]
The Binghamton Mets are happy to announce that prior to their game on May 8th against the New Britain Rock Cats, fans can meet and receive autographs from New York Giants' guard . [WBNG News]
FB Henry Hynoski visits hometown school in Pennsylvania. [The Daily Item]