The Giants hold the No. 9 overall selection in the first round, as well as picks in the second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth rounds, plus two more in the seventh. Overall, they hold the 9th, 40th, 74th, 108th, 144th, 185th, 226th and 245th picks this year.
With eight picks, the Giants can address both their biggest needs while adding depth, barring any unforeseen trades behind the scenes.
Here's a list of the team's five biggest needs entering the draft (in no particular order):
The Giants can ill afford not to draft a safety, probably two or three safeties at that. Gone is Stevie Brown and Antrelle Rolle, so the entire back end of the secondary needs to be replaced.
Landon Collins of Alabama is the premier safety in this year's draft class, but he won't last past the second round. The Giants must figure out if they're willing to spend the ninth overall pick on Collins.
2. Offensive Line
After adding Justin Pugh in the first round in 2013 and Weston Richburg is the second round last spring, the Giants have done their due diligence addressing the offensive line. Alongside Will Beatty and last year's free-agent signee Geoff Schwartz, the team has improved in strides up front.
Still, New York ranked 20th out of 32 NFL teams, according to the Pro Football Focus Offensive Line Rankings in 2014. There's room for improvement.
The team could look at Brandon Scherff of Iowa as a potential fix at guard, or look ahead to finding a tackle for the future in first-round talents like D.J. Humphries, Andrus Peat and Ereck Flowers. With so much talent and depth at the position, the Giants could find a steal in the second round, too.
3. Defensive Line
The Giants retained Jason Pierre-Paul via the franchise tag, and look for Jonathan Hankins to continue developing as a versatile threat inside and outside. Still, Cullen Jenkins and Markus Kuhn remain players in flux.
The Giants are entering their second year without Linval Joseph. Jenkins just turned 34, and at 28, Kuhn has little to show for his time in the league thus far.
There's no question the Giants could afford to upgrade at both defensive tackle and end, and add depth behind JPP and Hankins. First-round options could include highly touted nose tackle Danny Shelton or perhaps former Oregon standout Arik Armstead. Eddie Goldman has a chance to fall into the second round as well.
Year in and year out, the linebacking corps of the Giants is a question mark. This offseason that trend continues.
Aside from Jon Beason, Devon Kennard and JT Thomas are penciled in as started strong-side and weak-side backers. Behind them is the likes of Mark Herzlich, Jameel McClain and Jonathan Casillas, all of whom are better suited for special teams roles.
The Giants need to find potential starters or at least solid No. 2s at the outside linebacker position in the middle and late rounds of the draft. A name such as former LSU standout Kwon Alexander could be an ideal fit.
After adding Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie last offseason to pair up opposite Prince Amukamara, the Giants were seemingly set at the cornerback position. But the team still needs to find nickel and dime backs behind them.
In this era of the NFL, defending opposing aerial attacks requires a secondary to be at least three-deep. Just ask Seattle or New England. And New York ranked right in the middle of the pack last year in terms of pass defense.
Cornerback should most certainly be an area addressed in the middle-to-late rounds, assuming the team doesn't go right for top-rated Trae Waynes of Michigan State in Round 1.
In the later rounds, former Florida Atlantic corner D'Joun Smith, Mississippi's Senquez Golson or Oregon's Ekpre-Olomu could be options.