The New York Giants didn't have a bad draft last year, but it certainly could have been better.
While David Wilson and Rueben Randle contributed for the Giants on offense and special teams, the rest of last year's draft class was disappointing.
Jayron Hosley, who was selected in the third round, did not look like a starting caliber cornerback during an uneven rookie season. The only other player after Hosley to get substantial playing time was defensive tackle Markus Kuhn, who was selected in the seventh round.
Even his season ended on a sour note when he tore his ACL against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 10.
With a lot of holes to fill due to 27 of their own players hitting free agency, the Giants need to find at least three to four players in this draft that can make a significant impact right away.
This is especially true on defense where all three levels have holes and weaknesses that must be addressed.