List of New York Giants first-round draft picks

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Lawrence Taylor is one of three Giants first-round draft picks to be voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

The New York Giants are a National Football League (NFL) franchise founded in the 1925 season, the NFL's sixth.[1] Eleven years later, the league introduced the NFL draft after team owners voted on it in 1935. The intention of the draft was to make the NFL more competitive, as a few stronger teams, including the Giants, had an advantage in signing young players because they were able to offer higher salaries and an opportunity to compete for championships.[2] Since that first draft, the Giants have selected 70 players in the first round. The team's first-round pick in the inaugural NFL draft was Art Lewis, a tackle from Ohio University; he was the 9th overall selection. In the most recent draft, held in 2014, the Giants chose Louisiana State wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr.

Officially known as the "NFL Annual Player Selection Meeting", but more often called the NFL draft,[3] the event is the NFL's primary mechanism for distributing newly professional players finished with their college football careers to its teams. The draft order is determined based on the previous season's standings; the teams with the worst win–loss records receive the earliest picks.[4] Teams that qualified for the NFL playoffs select after non-qualifers, and their order depends on how far they advanced. The final two selections in the first round are reserved for the Super Bowl runner-up and champion.[5] Draft picks are tradable, and players or other picks can be acquired with them.[4][5]

Of the 70 players drafted by the Giants in the first round, 25 played at one of the running back positions. Of these, 10 were halfbacks and five were fullbacks, and the remaining 10 are credited as backs, blocking backs, or running backs. Among other frequently drafted positions, the Giants have chosen eight defensive backs, six defensive ends, six offensive tackles, five wide receivers, four defensive tackles, and four quarterbacks. Five of the Giants' first-round picks attended the University of Notre Dame, more than any other college. Seven universities have had three players selected.[6] The Giants have held the first overall pick twice, in 1951 and 1965, selecting Kyle Rote and Tucker Frederickson. Three of the team's first-round picks—George Connor, Frank Gifford, and Lawrence Taylor—have been elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

The Giants did not draft a player in the first round on 11 occasions. Two of those picks, for the 1967 and 1968 drafts, were traded to the Minnesota Vikings in 1967 as part of a deal for quarterback Fran Tarkenton.[7] During the 1974 season, the Giants dealt their 1975 first-round choice to the Dallas Cowboys for another quarterback, Craig Morton.[8] In another case when the Giants used first-round draft picks to trade for a quarterback, the team acquired 2004 first overall pick Eli Manning from the San Diego Chargers, in a deal that included their 2004 and 2005 first-round picks; the Giants had already selected Philip Rivers with the 2004 pick, the fourth in that year's draft.[9] The Giants used multiple first-round selections in 1972 and 1984; in the first instance; they gained a selection by trading Tarkenton back to the Vikings.[10]

Key[edit]

Table key
^ Indicates the player was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The Giants did not draft a player in the first round that year.
Year Each year links to an article about that particular NFL Draft.
Pick Indicates the number of the pick within the first round
Position Indicates the position of the player in the NFL
College The player's college football team


Player selections[edit]

Phil Simms was the Giants' first-round pick in 1979.
Carl Banks was one of the Giants' first-round picks in 1984.
Rodney Hampton was the Giants' first-round pick in 1990.
Philip Rivers, who was traded by the Giants to the San Diego Chargers after they selected him fourth overall in 2004.
Jason Pierre-Paul was the Giants' first-round pick in 2010.
New York Giants first-round draft picks
Year Pick Player name Position College Notes
1936 9 Lewis, ArtArt Lewis Tackle Ohio [11]
1937 4 Widseth, EdEd Widseth Tackle Minnesota [12]
1938 8 Karamatic, GeorgeGeorge Karamatic Fullback Gonzaga [13]
1939 10 Nielsen, WaltWalt Nielsen Fullback Arizona [14]
1940 10 Lansdell, GrennyGrenny Lansdell Halfback Southern California [15]
1941 6 Franck, GeorgeGeorge Franck Halfback Minnesota [16]
1942 8 Hapes, MerleMerle Hapes Fullback Mississippi [17]
1943 6 Filipowicz, SteveSteve Filipowicz Fullback Fordham [18]
1944 6 Hillenbrand, BillyBilly Hillenbrand Halfback Indiana [19]
1945 10 Barbour, ElmerElmer Barbour Blocking back Wake Forest [20]
1946 5 Connor, GeorgeGeorge Connor ^ Tackle Notre Dame [21]
1947 10 Schwall, VicVic Schwall Halfback Northwestern [22]
1948 2 Minisi, SkipSkip Minisi Halfback Pennsylvania [23]
1949 4 Page, PaulPaul Page Halfback Southern Methodist [24]
1950 7 Tidwell, TravisTravis Tidwell Quarterback Auburn [25]
1951 1 Rote, KyleKyle Rote End Southern Methodist [26][a]
1952 11 Gifford, FrankFrank Gifford ^ Halfback Southern California [27]
1953 8 Marlow, BobbyBobby Marlow Back Alabama [28]
1954 [29][b]
1955 8 Heap, JoeJoe Heap Halfback Notre Dame [30]
1956 [31][c]
1957 [32][d]
1958 12 King, PhilPhil King Halfback Vanderbilt [33]
1959 10 Grosscup, LeeLee Grosscup Quarterback Utah [34]
1960 12 Cordileone, LouLou Cordileone Defensive tackle Clemson [35]
1961 [36][e]
1962 13 Hillebrand, JerryJerry Hillebrand Linebacker Colorado [37][f]
1963 [38][g]
1964 12 Looney, Joe DonJoe Don Looney Halfback Oklahoma [39]
1965 1 Frederickson, TuckerTucker Frederickson Running back Auburn [40]
1966 10 Peay, FrancisFrancis Peay Tackle Missouri [41]
1967 [42][h]
1968 [43][h]
1969 13 Dryer, FredFred Dryer Defensive end San Diego State [44]
1970 13 Files, JimJim Files Linebacker Oklahoma [45]
1971 18 Thompson, RockyRocky Thompson Running back West Texas A&M [46]
1972 17 Small, EldridgeEldridge Small Defensive back Texas A&M–Kingsville [47]
1972 24 Jacobson, LarryLarry Jacobson Defensive tackle Nebraska [47][i]
1973 [48][j]
1974 3 Hicks, JohnJohn Hicks Guard Ohio State [49]
1975 [50][k]
1976 13 Archer, TroyTroy Archer Defensive tackle Colorado [51]
1977 5 Jeter, GaryGary Jeter Defensive end Southern California [52]
1978 10 King, GordonGordon King Tackle Stanford [53]
1979 7 Simms, PhilPhil Simms Quarterback Morehead State [54]
1980 8 Haynes, MarkMark Haynes Defensive back Colorado [55]
1981 2 Taylor, LawrenceLawrence Taylor ^ Linebacker North Carolina [56]
1982 18 Woolfolk, ButchButch Woolfolk Running back Michigan [57]
1983 10 Kinard, TerryTerry Kinard Defensive back Clemson [58]
1984 3 Banks, CarlCarl Banks Linebacker Michigan State [59]
1984 27 Roberts, WilliamWilliam Roberts Guard Ohio State [60][l]
1985 19 Adams, GeorgeGeorge Adams Running back Kentucky [61]
1986 19 Dorsey, EricEric Dorsey Defensive end Notre Dame [62]
1987 28 Ingram, MarkMark Ingram Wide receiver Michigan State [63]
1988 10 Moore, EricEric Moore Guard Indiana [64]
1989 18 Williams, BrianBrian Williams Center Minnesota [65]
1990 24 Hampton, RodneyRodney Hampton Running back Georgia [65]
1991 27 Bunch, JarrodJarrod Bunch Fullback Michigan [66]
1992 14 Brown, DerekDerek Brown Tight end Notre Dame [67]
1993 [68][m]
1994 24 Lewis, ThomasThomas Lewis Wide receiver Indiana [69]
1995 17 Wheatley, TyroneTyrone Wheatley Running back Michigan [70]
1996 5 Jones, CedricCedric Jones Defensive end Oklahoma [71]
1997 7 Hilliard, IkeIke Hilliard Wide receiver Florida [72]
1998 24 Williams, ShaunShaun Williams Defensive back California–Los Angeles [73]
1999 19 Petitgout, LukeLuke Petitgout Tackle Notre Dame [74]
2000 11 Dayne, RonRon Dayne Running back Wisconsin [75]
2001 22 Allen, WillWill Allen Defensive back Syracuse [76][n]
2002 14 Shockey, JeremyJeremy Shockey Tight end Miami (Florida) [77][o]
2003 25 Joseph, WilliamWilliam Joseph Defensive tackle Miami (Florida) [78]
2004 4 Rivers, PhilipPhilip Rivers Quarterback North Carolina State [79][p]
2005 [80][p]
2006 32 Kiwanuka, MathiasMathias Kiwanuka Defensive end Boston College [81][q]
2007 20 Ross, AaronAaron Ross Defensive back Texas [82]
2008 31 Phillips, KennyKenny Phillips Defensive back Miami (Florida) [83]
2009 29 Nicks, HakeemHakeem Nicks Wide receiver North Carolina [84]
2010 15 Pierre-Paul, JasonJason Pierre-Paul Defensive end South Florida [85]
2011 19 Amukamara, PrincePrince Amukamara Defensive back Nebraska [86]
2012 32 Wilson, DavidDavid Wilson Running back Virginia Tech [87]
2013 19 Pugh, JustinJustin Pugh Offensive lineman Syracuse [88]
2014 12 Beckham, Jr., OdellOdell Beckham, Jr. Wide receiver Louisiana State [89]

Notes[edit]

  • a From 1947 to 1958, the NFL held an annual lottery that decided which team would select first overall in the draft with a "bonus pick". The Giants won the bonus lottery in 1951, giving them the first choice in that year's draft.[90]
  • b The Giants traded their 1954 first-round draft pick to the Green Bay Packers.[91]
  • c The Giants traded their 1956 first-round draft pick to the Los Angeles Rams.[92]
  • d In 1956, the Giants traded their 1957 first-round draft pick to the Rams in exchange for defensive end Andy Robustelli.[93]
  • e In 1959, the Giants traded their 1961 first-round draft pick to the Baltimore Colts in exchange for quarterback George Shaw.[94][95][96] The Colts later traded the selection to the San Francisco 49ers for end Dee Mackey.[97]
  • f In 1961, the Giants acquired a second 1962 first-round draft pick from the Minnesota Vikings in exchange for George Shaw, then traded the selection to the Rams for wide receiver Del Shofner.[98][99]
  • g In 1962, the Giants traded their 1963 first-round draft pick to the St. Louis Cardinals, along with Bill Triplett, in exchange for quarterback Ralph Guglielmi.[38][100]
  • h1 h2 The Giants had been awarded the first overall pick as compensation for the New York Jets joining the NFL as part of the league's merger with the American Football League. The choice was conditional upon the Giants selecting a quarterback; the team was allowed to trade the pick, if they received a starting quarterback in return.[101] In 1967, the Giants traded their 1967 and 1968 first-round draft picks, their 1967 second-round pick, and a player to be named later to the Vikings in exchange for quarterback Fran Tarkenton.[7] The New Orleans Saints were ultimately given the first overall pick in 1967 (before trading it to the Colts), dropping the Giants' former selection to second.[42]
  • i In 1971, the Giants traded their original 1972 first-round draft pick to the Chicago Bears in exchange for center Bob Hyland and cornerback Bennie McRae.[102] This pick was acquired from the Vikings, along with running back Vince Clements, center Bob Grim, quarterback Norm Snead, and a second-round pick in the 1973 draft, in exchange for Tarkenton.[10]
  • j In 1972, the Giants traded their 1973 first- and second-round draft picks to the Cleveland Browns in exchange for defensive end Jack Gregory and defensive back Freddie Summers.[103]
  • k In 1974, the Giants traded their 1975 first-round draft pick to the Dallas Cowboys in exchange for quarterback Craig Morton.[8]
  • l This pick was acquired from the Washington Redskins in exchange for second- and fifth-round draft picks.[104]
  • m The Giants selected quarterback Dave Brown in the first round of the 1992 supplemental draft, and as a result forfeited their 1993 first-round draft pick.[105]
  • n During the 2001 draft, the Giants acquired this pick from the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for their original first-round selection (30th in the draft) and picks in rounds three and six.[106]
  • o During the 2002 draft, the Giants acquired this pick from the Tennessee Titans in exchange for their original first-round selection (15th in the draft) and a fourth-round pick.[107]
  • p1 p2 After drafting Rivers, the Giants traded him to the San Diego Chargers, along with their 2004 third-round pick and 2005 first- and fifth-round choice, in exchange for quarterback Eli Manning, the first overall pick.[108]
  • q During the 2006 draft, the Giants acquired this pick from the Pittsburgh Steelers, along with third- and fourth-round selections, in exchange for their original first-round choice (25th in the draft).[109]

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