The New York Giants finally addressed the need for an edge rusher, taking defensive end Oshane Ximines (oh-SHAIN ZIMM-in-es) of Old Dominion late in the third round Friday.
A four-year starter and the first player to be drafted at his school, Ximines had 58 tackles this season, including 18 for losses. The defensive end had 12 sacks last season, finishing his career with 33. He had 11 forced fumbles in his career.
The Giants had three picks in the first round on Thursday. They took quarterback Daniel Jones of Duke at sixth overall, Clemson tackle Dexter Lawrence at No. 17 and Georgia cornerback Deandre Baker at No 30 after a late trade with Seattle.
They waited 65 picks on Friday before taking Ximines.
The Giants will have six picks in the final four rounds on Saturday. They still need help at safety and linebacker as well as a wide receiver who can go deep.