Round Two NFL Mock Draft: Giants Select Mitchell Schwartz And Ladarius Green

The New York Giants capped off the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft by selecting a running back, David Wilson from Virginia Tech. They will get back to work on Friday night, when the second round gets underway.

Ryan Van Bibber from SB Nation has the Giants taking an offensive tackle from California with their second rounder – the 63rd overall pick – in his round two mock.

63. New York Giants, Mitchell Schwartz, OT, California

SB Nation's resident draft blog, Mocking The Draft, also published a second round mock this morning, and have the Giants taking a tight end from UL-Lafayette

63. New York Giants - Ladarius Green, TE, UL-Lafayette
First-round pick: David Wilson, RB

Some expected the Giants to go after Stanford's Coby Fleener in the first round, but they went for a running back. Green is the next best big-bodied, athletic tight end in the draft. An offensive tackle could be the choice here as well.

For more on the Giants' picking of Wilson, head over to Big Blue View. To read more on the whole 2012 NFL Draft, visit SB Nation New York's StoryStream. For even more comprehensive coverage of the NFL Draft, visit Mocking The Draft.

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