Could former Rutgers wide receiver Mohamed Sanu be on the radar of the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants in the upcoming 2012 NFL Draft? Sanu was one of two players who worked out privately for the Giants on Wednesday.
The Giants could be in the market for a wide receiver in the draft, having lost Mario Manningham to the San Francisco 49ers as a free agent. The Giants have unproven Ramses Barden and Jerrel Jernigan, as well as oft-injured veteran Domenik Hixon, as potential No. 3 receivers. It would not be shocking, however, if general manager Jerry Reese uses the draft to add another receiver to that group.
The Giants, of course, pick last in the opening round. The 32nd pick would seem to be too high for Sanu, but if he is available to the Giants in the second or third round that would seem possible. Sanu has been going in the second and third rounds of most mock drafts.