What College Have The New York Giants Drafted The Most Players Out Of?


The NFL Draft is a very important tool that NFL franchises must master the use of in order to remain competitive. The New York Giants have done very well in the draft over the years, drafting such important players as Phil Simms, Jeff Hostetler, Lawrence Taylor, Harry Carson, Joe Morris, Tiki Barber, Rodney Hampton, Frank Gifford, and more.

Which college though have the New York Giants drafted the most players out of?

The New York Giants have drafted 30 players over the years from the University of Mississippi:

1937 – Jim Poole – end
1942 – Junie Hovious – halfback
1942 – Merle Hapes – fullback
1944 – Ray Poole – defensive end
1944 – Ollie Poole – defensive end
1948 – Bill Erickson – guard
1950 – Bill Stribling – end
1952 – Rex Boggan – defensive tackle
1952 – Mel Sinquefield – center
1954 – Crawford Mims – guard
1954 – Pete Mangum – linebacker
1955 – Jimmy Patton – defensive back
1955 – Lea Paslay – back
1956 – Ed Crawford – defensive back
1956 – Bob McCool – back
1957 – Jerry Stone – center
1958 – John West – tackle
1958 – Billy Hurst – back
1958 – John West – tackle
1958 – Billy Lott – fullback
1959 – Charlie Flowers – fullback
1960 – George Blair – defensive back
1961 – Jerry Daniels – end
1961 – Allen Green – kicker
1961 – Bob Benton – tackle
1962 – Bookie Bolin – guard
1964 – Chuck R. Hinton – center
1964 – Frank Kinard – halfback
1965 – Frank Lambert – punter
1989 – Rodney Lowe – defensive end

Next on the list, tied with 24 players apiece, are the University of Texas and USC.

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