Nov 29, 2013; Buffalo, NY, USA; Buffalo Bulls linebacker Khalil Mack (46) against the Bowling Green Falcons at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

NFL Draft 2014: New York Giants not expected to trade up

The NFL Draft is just around the corner, which means that teams are going to be looking at moving around the draft order to land the prospects they need to fill holes on the roster. One of the best prospects in the draft is Buffalo linebacker Khalil Mack and he could cause teams to move around.

One team that could move are the New York Giants, but Dan Granziano states the Giants won’t likely be moving up in the draft.

Per ESPN.com:

I think that’s too big a trade up, even from No. 12. Mel Kiper Jr. had Mack going No. 1 overall in his latest mock draft. He’s a stud and a fast riser. … At No. 12, a cornerback like Justin Gilbert (who might help their return game, too) could make sense. So could a pass-rusher like Anthony Barr or a defensive tackle like Aaron Donald, who I think is going to be a beast.

The Giants have needs to fill, but none so pressing that they need to move up in the draft. Obviously, anything can happen but the Giants moving up in the draft may not be likely.

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