NFL Mock Draft 2012: McShay Projects Jonathan Martin To The Giants

ESPN's Todd McShay has released his final first round mock draft, and he believes the Giants will finish the first round in a similar way to which the Colts will start it: by drafting a player from Stanford.

McShay thinks offensive tackle Jonathan Martin makes sense for the team, which aligns with a need that many others have discussed leading up to the draft.

Kareem McKenzie, the Giants long-time right tackle, will not be back in 2012, and the Giants may attempt to make Martin his replacement.

Martin was at one point considered a top 10 pick, but his stock has since dropped.

For more on the Giants, please be sure to visit our blog Big Blue View and SB Nation New York for all the latest news and updates. For more mock draft information, check out Mocking The Draft. Prospect profiles can also be found at the National Football Post, an SB Nation partner.

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