NFL Mock Draft 2012: Coby Fleener, Jonathan Martin To New York Giants

The 2012 NFL Mock Draft season is almost over, and the real 2012 NFL Draft is just hours from beginning. Before the real deal begins, the final mock draft projections are flying in. Among those, are the final choices of our experts here at SB Nation.

At Mocking The Draft, lead analyst Dan Kadar has chosen Stanford tight end Coby Fleener for the Giants with the 32nd and final selection of the first round.

Kadar says:

“With a player like Georgia’s Cordy Glenn still out there, this may be a surprise choice. But don’t forget the Giants have two tight ends rehabbing serious injuries. Fleener could be a Pro Bowler early in his career in New York’s offense.”

SBNation.com also opts for a Stanford player, but selects offensive tackle Jonathan Martin for the Giants.

Ryan Van Bibber writes:

“The Giants were fine with some temporary answers on their offensive line last season; that’s why Jerry Reese is picking this spot. Martin fills a big need, and matches well with their draft spot.”

What do you think, Giants fans? Is there a player you really want?

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