Week 1 of the 2013 NFL Free Agency came and went this past week.
And it sure had a ton of action.
A lot of the top names came off the board this week and got some big-time contracts by different teams.
As far as the New York Giants, they filled a lot of needs during the first week.
The Giants' first move was landing defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins on a three-year deal to replace the departed Chris Canty.
Cornerback Aaron Ross returned after a year in Jacksonville and came home to the Giants on a one-year deal.
Veteran kicker Josh Brown was signed to a one-year deal to replace long-time kicker Lawrence Tynes.
Ryan Mundy was lured over from the Steelers and signed to a one-year pact for safety depth due to Kenny Phillips leaving to a rival team.
Louis Murphy came from the Carolina Panthers and signed a one-year deal just in case the team doesn't re-sign Domenik Hixon and Ramses Barden.
Linebacker Dan Connor switched from the Dallas Cowboys and signed a one-year deal to compete for the middle linebacker spot and, in all likelihood, will end Chase Blackburn's tenure with the team.
And Brandon Myers was brought in on a four-year deal—with the last three being voidable—from Oakland to take the place of the departed Martellus Bennett.
With those signings out of the way, the Giants' draft needs become a little more clearer.
Giants GM Jerry Reese has a little over a month to still sign players, but this is right around the time where he'll start to figure out who he needs to pick.
So based on what the Giants did in free agency, here's the Giants' full seven-round mock draft for April's 2013 NFL Draft.