Giants' third-round pick DT B.J. Hill has signed his rookie deal, which is believed to be four-years $4 million with a $1 million signing bonus according to SNY's Ralph Vacchiano.
The only draft picks of the Giants Class of 2018 yet to sign are first-round pick RB Saquon Barkley and fifth-round pick DT R.J. McIntosh.
Hill played four seasons at NC State where he totaled 183 tackles (23.5 for loss), eight sacks, nine passes defended, and two forced fumbles.
The Giants took a defensive tackle in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft in Alabama's Dalvin Tomlinson. With Damon "Snacks" Harrison next to Tomlinson, Hill will have tough competition to see starting time next season.
Hill, who played on the Wolfpack defensive line along with the fifth overall pick in Bradley Chubb, is a "tough son of a gun" in GM Dave Gettleman's eyes.
"B.J. Hill is instinctive, he's smart. He's powerful, tough son of a gun," Gettleman said.