The 2012 NFL Draft is only a few days away. Leading up to the draft, which begins Thursday night at Radio City Music Hall and runs through seven rounds, SB Nation New York will offer position-by-position analysis of this year's draft prospects, with the breakdown of each position also focusing on whether or not it is a position of need for the New York Giants or New York Jets.
Our position previews will also make note of the Rutgers and Syracuse prospects hoping to hear their names called later this week.
The Jets have the 16th overall selection of the first round, and have 11 selections overall in the seven-round draft. Here are all of the Jets' selections:
Round 1, Pick 16 (overall 16)
Round 2, Pick 15 (47)
Round 3, Pick 14 (77)
Round 4, Pick 13 (108)
Round 5, Pick 19 (154)
Round 6, Pick 17 (187, from Eagles through Colts)
Round 6, Pick 33 (202, compensatory selection)
Round 6, Pick 34 (203, compensatory selection)
Round 7, Pick 25 (232, from Broncos)
Round 7, Pick 35 (242, compensatory selection)
Round 7, Pick 37 (244, compensatory selection)
The defending Super Bowl champion Giants have the 32nd and final pick of the first round. Here are all of the Giants' scheduled selections.
Round 1, Pick 32 (overall 32)
Round 2, Pick 32 (63)
Round 3, Pick 32 (94)
Round 4, Pick 32 (127)
Round 4, Pick 36 (131, compensatory selection)
Round 5, Pick 32 (167)
Round 6, Pick 32 (201)
Round 7, Pick 32 (239)
SB Nation New York has been previewing the draft for several months now. In case you have missed it, here is more of what you can find on our NFL Draft Hub Page.
So, stay with our StoryStream right here as we go through the draft position-by-position.