The club has a very high opinion of Maryland WR Darrius Heyward-Bey and might just do whatever it takes to move up in the first round to land him.
The Maryland product has drawn plenty of interest from Big Blue and very well could be the club's top draft choice in 2009. Obviously with a total of 10 draft picks, GM Jerry Reese is in a great position to move and shake his way to the players he and his staff most covet this weekend.
If the Giants were to sit tight and select from the 29th slot, there's a strong possibility they'd take another receiver, North Carolina's Hakeem Nicks. After that, Arizona LT Eben Britton and Ohio State LB James Laurinaitis are strong possibilities as well.
The only thing we do know for sure about this weekend is that TGI will be first on the scene to break down and analyze every move your beloved Giants make. So please check back often throughout the weekend to see what we think and know about the newest Giants.
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