32. New York Giants -- OT Mike Adams (Ohio State)
If they can't snag Martin or someone else who fell to them, I see the Giants going with Mike Adams of Ohio State in an attempt to stabilize a very shaky offensive line. This pick comes with red flags, as Adams tested positive for marijuana at the NFL combine in February, but that shouldn't affect his draft stock very much.
He's not a sure bet, but I feel like coming off a Super Bowl title, the Giants can take the risk. It's going to be hard to pass up on a guy of his stature at 6'8" 320 lbs. After a great 2010, Kareem McKenzie graded out as NFL's worst right tackle in 2011. Adams could serve as his potential replacement. McKenzie should probably still have dibs on the job, but Adams would provide depth and serve as the long term replacement at right tackle. -- KEVIN TURNER
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