2012 NFL Mock Draft: Quinton Coples Projected To New York Giants

The 2012 NFL Draft is swiftly approaching, and all of the NFL experts are finalizing its mock drafts. A lot of the results are the mostly the same, but over at Pro Football Talk, writer Evan Silva has the New York Giants taking Quinton Coples, a defensive end from North Carolina.

The projection of Coples to the Giants means that the defensive linemen, who has been projected, at times, as a top-15 selection, fell all the way to New York which is picking No. 32 overall. For a team that has a lot of solid defensive ends and pass-rushers, this would be a luxury pick, but would be a big vaule pick in terms of the first round.

Currently, many other mock drafts have the Giants selecting Standford tight end Cobly Fleener.

For more on Giants free agency, check out this SB Nation New York StoryStream. Meanwhile, everything on the Giants NFL Draft can be found here.

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