2011 NFL Draft Results: NY Giants Upgrade Secondary, Take Prince Amukamara
Giants Take Running Back with last pick
The New York Giants got an unexpected gift in Prince Amukamara, who slid to the 19th spot in the draft. Amukamara was considered a potential Top 10 pick going into last Thursay's draft, so the Giants got good value with their first pick.
In the second round, the Giants drafted Marvin Austin, an impressive defensive tackle who got ripped in Pro Football Weekly prior to the draft.
The Giants did end up with several big names, including safety Tyler Sash in the sixth round. This was a very good draft for the Giants, who also added Jerrel Jernigan at wide receiver and Greg Jones to the defense.
The Giants did pick up an offensive lineman, tackle James Brewer in the fourth round. The Giants do need to improve play from the left tackle position, so Brewer will get an audition there once training camps open.
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