Rotoworld's Evan Silva hated what the Giants did early in the draft and loved what they did late, leading to a C overall grade for their class.
Giants selected Ohio State CB Eli Apple with the No. 10 overall pick in the 2016 draft.
An anonymous scout told Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that he's worried about Ohio State CB Eli Apple because he "has no life skills. At all. He can't cook."
The Steelers want Ohio State CB Eli Apple at No. 25 overall, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Gerry Dulac.
NFL Draft Scout's Frank Cooney believes that the Dolphins should draft Ohio State CB Eli Apple with the No. 13 pick.
Pro Football Focus analyst Wes Huber noted that while Ohio State CB Eli Apple is adept at press coverage, he will "require work to improve his reaction time when assigned to off-the-ball coverage."
NFL Draft Scout's Jeff Cooley wrote that Ohio State CB Eli Apple is "[a] tenacious defender against both pass and run."
NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter wrote that "ranking [Ohio State CB Eli Apple] among the top 15 picks in this class might overestimate his ability as a consistent playmaker."
Ohio State CB Eli Apple was compared to Trae Waynes by Sports Illustrated's Doug Farrar.
Ohio State CB Eli Apple will be visiting or meeting with at least 16 teams in the next six weeks.
NFL Meda's Lance Zierlein says Ohio State CB Eli Apple was helped by his Combine testing scores as much as anyone.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that the Falcons asked gender and sexuality questions to more prospects than just Ohio State cornerback Eli Apple.
An NFL scout told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel that it would behoove Ohio State CB Eli Apple not to start next season.
NFL Media's Mike Mayock moved Ohio State's Eli Apple from the No. 4 CB to the No. 2 CB in his latest rankings.