Nineteen future NFL players will attend the 2013 Draft, though only one has repeatedly been connected with the New York Giants sitting at No. 19.
Alabama offensive tackle DJ Fluker, who some draft prognosticators expect the Giants to nab with their first-round selection, will be on hand Thursday, April 25 at Radio City Hall in Manhattan, N.Y.
ESPN Insider Todd McShay predicted Fluker to fall to the G-Men in his first mock draft following the NFL Combine. Since then, he has changed his pick to Notre Dame tight end Tyler Eifert and then back to Fluker.
As of April 2, three draft experts and league sources have mocked Fluker to New York.
Other names have been mentioned to land in New York, of course, including fellow attendees Bjoern Werner, the defensive end from Florida State; Lane Johnson, the offensive tackle out of Oklahoma; Ezekial Ansah, the defensive end from BYU; and Kenny Vaccaro, the safety out of Texas.
Other players with plans to attend the draft later this month include potential top pick Luke Joeckel from Texas A&M and the first quarterback expected to be taken, Geno Smith from West Virginia.
Also: Alabama guard Chance Warmack; North Carolina guard Jonathan Cooper; Florida defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd; Central Michigan tackle Eric Fisher; Florida State tackle Menelik Watson; Tennessee wideout Cordarrelle Patterson; Florida State cornerback Xavier Rhodes; West Virginia receiver Tavon Austin; SMU defensive end Margus Hunt; LSU defensive end Barkevious Mingo; and Alabama corner Dee Milliner.
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