The New York Giants enter the 2020 NFL Draft with 10 picks. They have one pick in each of the first six rounds and four seventh-round picks. Their final pick is No. 255 overall overall.
New York is a real wild card in this draft. It needs talent on the offensive line to help the development of Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkely, but addressing that weakness with the No. 4 pick could be risky. There are three or four lineman who could be top 10 picks, and choosing the right one could present a challenge. Especially with so much other talent. The Giants also need edge rushing and a linebacker on the defensive end though. Tristan Wirfs seems seems most likely to be the Giants’ lineman selection, but Isaiah Simmons could also enter the picture.
We’ll be tracking their picks throughout the three days of the 2020 NFL Draft, as well as any trades they make between now and the end of Saturday.
Round 1, pick 4 (No. 4 overall): Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia
Round 2, pick 4 (No. 36): Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama
Round 3, pick 35 (No. 99): Matt Peart, OT, UConn
Round 4, pick 4 (No. 110): Darnay Holmes, CB, UCLA
Round 5, pick 4 (No. 150): Shane Lemieux, G, Oregon
Round 6, pick 4 (No. 183): Cam Brown, OLB, Penn State
Round 7, pick 4 (No. 218): Carter Coughlin, OLB, Minnesota
Round 7, pick 24 (No. 238): T.J. Brunson, ILB, South Carolina
Round 7, pick 33 (No. 247): Chris Williamson, CB, Minnesota
Round 7, pick 21 (No. 255): Tae Crowder, LB, Georgia