NY Giants Day 3 picks: When does Big Blue pick next?

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What an NFL Draft it has already proven to be for the NY Giants. After landing Deonte Banks in the first round, general manager Joe Schoen followed things up in a big way on Friday night, attacking two additional positions of need.

With center John Michael Schmitz and receiver Jayin Hyatt hearing their names called, even more future Giants will be on the way Saturday afternoon. Rounds 4-7 are all set to go down in the coming hours. So, when are the G-Men on the clock next?

The Giants will have to wait until the fifth round to make their next pick at the NFL Draft

Originally, the Giants had a fourth-rounder, the No. 128 overall pick, to their name. However, that pick went to the Rams so the team could move up and select Hyatt. Because of that, the Giants will next be on the clock in the fifth round at No. 172 overall.

In total, the Giants have four picks on Saturday. After their fifth-round selection, Schoen and Co. will then be on the clock in the sixth round and twice in the seventh round. The Giants entered the week with two fifth-rounders and three seventh-rounders, but one of those picks from each round went to the Jaguars and Rams in the recent deals.

On this day of the draft, there are surely plenty of sleepers left on the board. For the Giants, they could look to draft a speedy running back to help out Saquon Barkley, while a QB3 could be taken as well. Soon enough, we'll find out which other players will be donning Big Blue jerseys in the future.

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