New York Giants 2023 NFL Draft Picks

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New York Giants 2023 NFL Draft Picks


The New York Giants had a solid NFL season in 2022 going 9-7-1 and knocking the Vikings out of the Wild Card round with a 31-24 win. The team shifts their focus to the draft after last season ended at the hand of division rival the Philadelphia Eagles.

Here’s what you need to know about the New York Giants draft picks for 2023.

List of 2023 Giants Draft Picks and Rounds

The Giants have a total of 10 picks in the 2023 NFL Draft. Two of the selections are compensatory picks and two from trades. The team selects No. 25 overall in the first round to kick off its NFL Draft order. Here’s a complete list of the draft picks for the Giants and general manager Joe Schoen.

– 1st Round: 25th overall

– 2nd Round: 57th overall

– 3rd Round: 89th overall

– 4th Round: 128th overall

– 5th Round: 160th overall

– 5th Round: 172nd overall (compensation pick)

– 6th Round: 209th overall (from Chiefs)

– 7th Round: 240th overall (from Ravens)

– 7th Round: 243rd overall

– 7th Round: 254th overall (compensation pick)

The team had the Chiefs’ compensatory pick at 100th overall due to the trade for wide receiver Kadarius Toney but ended up shipping that pick to the Raiders for tight end Darren Waller this offseason. The Kadarius Toney trade did get the team a sixth-round pick. They had traded their original sixth-round pick to the Houston Texans for cornerback Keion Crossen in 2021.

New York Giants 2023 Mock Draft and Team Needs

The team has already made some moves in free agency by signing wide receivers Paris Campbell and agreeing to terms with Darius Slayton. The Giants released wide receiver Kenny Golladay after he wasn’t a useful target for quarterback Daniel Jones. Jones signed a huge four-year contract extension, while the organization hit running back Saquon Barkley with the franchise tag.

Barkley had his best season since his rookie year. He ran for 1,312 yards and 10 touchdowns. He had over 240 carries for the first time since that rookie year back in 2018.

Head coach Brian Daboll and his squad could be looking to boost the secondary in round one. The Giants need depth at the position and Deonte Banks from Maryland is one of the top cornerbacks in the draft. It’s likely the team will also target some depth at wide receiver and some defensive players in the front seven.

The team might go after a wide receiver in Round 2 such as Cedric Tillman from Tennesee. He missed a lot of time in 2022 but caught 12 touchdown passes back in 2021. In Round 3, linebacker Dorian Williams from Tulane could be a solid option after tallying over 300 tackles and 9.5 sacks in his college career.

When is the 2023 NFL Draft?

The highly anticipated NFL Draft is just around the corner, taking place over three action-packed days in April in Kansas City, Missouri. The event starts on April 27th with the First Round selections, which will be broadcasted live on NFL Network and ESPN at 8 p.m. ET.

On April 28th at 7 p.m. ET, the second and third rounds will follow, with the final rounds scheduled for April 29th at noon ET. Football enthusiasts can look forward to an exciting experience as teams choose their picks and add fresh talent to their rosters.

New York Giants Draft Picks FAQs

What is the 2023 NFL Draft?

The 2023 NFL Draft weekend takes place on April 27-29. The event runs from Thursday to Saturday. It begins with the first round on Thursday at 8 p.m. ET. This year, it’s located in Kansas City, Missouri at Union Station. Fans from all over the country go to one of the NFL’s biggest events.

What are the Giants 2023 NFL Draft Picks?

The Giants have 10 picks in the 2023 NFL Draft. They had 11 picks entering the offseason before trading for tight end Darren Waller. The team selects in each round including two picks in Round 5 and three picks in Round 7. They kick off Round 1 with the No. 25 overall pick.

What pick do the New York Giants have in the first round?

The G-Men start the draft with the No. 25 overall pick. In last year’s draft, the Giants selected defensive lineman Kayvon Thibodeaux at No. 5 and boosted the offensive line with Evan Neal at No. 7.

Author: Sam Russell

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