Mark Haynes, 1980 NFL Draft/Pick #8, Colorado
Haynes was an immediate contributor the NY Giants after being taken in the 1980 NFL Draft, starting in 11 games as a rookie. Over the course of his six-year Giants career from 1980-1985, Haynes started in 67 games and recorded 13 interceptions.
During the 1984 season, Haynes recorded seven interceptions and was named a First-Team All-Pro and a Pro-Bowl selection. He was also named an All-Pro in 1984 and a Pro-Bowler on two other occasions in 1982 and 1983.
Terry Kinard, 1983 NFL Draft/Pick #10, Clemson
Another standout for the G-Men secondary in the 1980s, Kinard played seven seasons for the franchise at free safety from 1983-1989.
Over the course of his career with Big Blue, he recorded 27 interceptions and started in 99 games while playing in 105. He started 14 or more games in five of his seven seasons and was part of the Super Bowl XXI run. Kinard was named to the only Pro-Bowl selection of his career in 1988.
Shaun Williams, 1998 NFL Draft/Pick #24, UCLA
Although mainly serving a special teams role and seeing little playing time his first two seasons, Williams recorded two interceptions as a rookie.
From 2000-2002, Williams became a full-time starter at safety, starting every game over those three seasons and 62 straight games going into Week 10 of the 2003 season before suffering a season-ending knee injury.
Unfortunately, he could never overcome the injury bug and finished his New York Giants career with 13 interceptions, 46 passes defended, and 22 tackle for loss in 94 games played in.
Aaron Ross, 2007 NFL Draft/Pick #20, Texas
Ross had an up and down career with the New York Giants, battling injuries one year and helping them win Super Bowls the next. In his first two seasons with the team, Ross started 24 games and recorded six interceptions, two touchdowns, and 17 passes defended while also contributing to the Super Bowl XLII victory run as a rookie.
The next two seasons saw his production decrease dramatically due to injury before returning in 2011 and starting in 15 games while notching four interceptions en route to another Super Bowl victory.
After a brief return to Big Blue once he left the Jaguars, Ross finished his career with the team having recorded 11 interceptions and 38 passes defended in 43 starts.