Here's a two-round mock draft from the National Football Post that mentions a name I haven't heard from anybody yet as the Giants' pick at No. 15.
He's a 6-5, 304-pound University of Florida center coming out as a junior. Pouncey put up some impressive numbers in the Gators' Pro Day, and he's rated the No. 1 center by NFLdraftscout.com. They say he's a late first-round pick, and potentially an immediate starter who won't be overwhelmed by the game.
It's kind of an odd pick, though. Unless somebody knows something we don't, I would think Shaun O'Hara is entrenched at center for the next year, at least. And the guard situation seems stable enough, since David Diehl could easily slide over for the declining Rich Seubert should Will Beatty win the left tackle competition.
Meanwhile, the picker left others like big-time Idaho tackle Mike Iupati, Texas safety Earl Thomas, Rutgers tackle Anthony Davis, and South Florida defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul on the board.
The guy did address the linebacker spot in the second round, taking Missouri linebacker Sean Weatherspoon.
Not that any of this matters, but he had blog favorite C.J. Spiller going to Seattle, the pick before the Giants.