New York Giants’ running back David Wilson had a neck fusion earlier this month to try to repair the effects of spinal stenosis that cut his season short in 2013, but what was clear before he was injured is the Giants need a better running back. Wilson was supposed to become an every-down back when they drafted him in the first-round of 2012. However, his inability to develop as a pass protector and to run between the tackles was a major issue for him in 2013, and it may continue to be an issue as he tries to recover from a very serious neck injury that could cut his career short. But the good news is the 2014 NFL draft offers many options to fill this need. So let’s take a look at a few of the backs in this class and see who could be the best fit as a draft pick in 2014.