General manager Jerry Reese once again has succeeded in drafting the best player available on New York's draft board while improving positions lacking depth.
An aging Giants' offensive line was a growing concern heading into April's draft. That issue was laid to rest for the foreseeable future with the addition of Syracuse's versatile lineman Justin Pugh.
Reese also continued his quest to improve the interior of the defense by adding defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins from Ohio State.
Lastly, any lingering questions about New York's commitment to improving their play in the trenches were put to rest when Damontre Moore was drafted. Moore and his 26.5 career sacks could signify he is the next great pass-rusher to wear a New York Giants uniform.
Along with these picks, the Giants were able to solidify their backfield, and they grabbed a young quarterback, Syracuse's Ryan Nassib, to groom behind Eli Manning.
Even after filling a handful of needs in the draft, the Giants still must add depth at two key positions this offseason. Here is a look at what areas the Giants still must address.