VIDEO: David Wilson Interviews New Giants Teammate Rueben Randle

Coming off a Super Bowl victory, the New York Giants boosted their offense with their first two picks in the 2012 NFL draft, taking running back David Wilson out of Virginia Tech and wide receiver Rueben Randle from LSU. At the NFLPA Rookie Premiere event in the Rose Bowl, the Giants' first-round pick got a chance to grill their second.

Wilson and Randle haven't perfected their rapport yet -- Wilson found out the hard way that you aren't supposed to bring up Randle's national championship game loss to Alabama -- but they laughed it off and recovered well enough to hawk their Twitter handles.

All things told, the Giants' new offensive weapons seem to get along pretty well, even when one has a microphone. And they seem pretty excited about getting to wear the Giants helmet as well -- Randle won't even take his off.


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On a side note, isn't Wilson kind of throwing the Hokies under the bus by being so awestruck by playing at LSU?

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