East Rutherford, NJ (Sports Network) - The New York Giants agreed to terms
with four of their seven 2013 draft picks on Friday, including defensive
linemen Johnathan Hankins and Damontre Moore.
Hankins, a 320-pound tackle out of Ohio State, was taken by the Giants in the
second round (No. 49 overall). Moore, an end who racked up 12 1/2 sacks and 21
tackles for loss for Texas A&M this past season, was the team's third-round
choice (No. 81).
New York also signed Richmond safety Cooper Taylor, the club's fifth-round
selection, along with Massachusetts running back Michael Cox, the second-to-
last pick of April's draft.
The Giants are still in the process of negotiating deals with their first-
round selection, offensive lineman Justin Pugh, as well as quarterback and
fellow Syracuse product Ryan Nassib (4th round). Seventh-round guard Eric
Herman also remains unsigned.
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