Ranking the NY Giants' biggest NFL Draft gems of the past decade

Looking back, these players were absolute steals for the G-Men in the draft

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2. Julian Love

Although not as long-tenured as those mentioned prior, Julian Love is another great example of a gem the Giants have grabbed in the draft. Love, a fourth-round selection in 2019, played four seasons with Big Blue and constantly made his impact felt in the secondary. Love improved every year in NY and was able to cash in on a new contract with the Seattle Seahawks last offseason.

During his time in NY, Love grabbed five interceptions and posted 291 tackles. In 2022, Love had a breakout year with 124 tackles, a sack, a fumble recovery, and two interceptions. Love flew around the field and was always known to punish receivers coming through the middle of the field.

Much to the dismay of Giants fans, Love continued his production in Seattle. Last season, his 123 tackles, paired with four interceptions, helped lead one of the best secondaries in football. Despite no longer calling NY home, Love has always spoken highly of the Giants organization and has nothing but respect for the team. It's hard not to root for a guy like Love, who understands what the Giants are all about.