5 biggest NY Giants draft steals in team history

These guys turned out to be studs for the G-Men over the years
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4. TE Mark Bavaro

If not for injuries, it's likely that Mark Bavaro could be talked about as one of the best tight ends in league history, not just for the Giants. Regardless, he still managed to put together a very impressive career for being selected 100th overall in 1985.

During his six-year career with the Giants, Bavaro caught 266 passes for 3,722 yards and 39 touchdowns. In addition to this, he also made two Pro Bowls and earned two All-Pro First-Team selections as well. Most notably, though, Bavaro won two Super Bowls with New York, being a pivotal part of both efforts.

Between both Super Bowls, Bavaro caught nine passes for 101 yards and one touchdown. Despite the injuries that cut his tenure in New York short, Bavaro still managed to put together an incredible career for a fourth-round pick. He's also the only Giants TE in history to finish a campaign with more than 1,000 yards.