The New York Giants signed their 2nd-round pick, LSU wide receiver Rueben Randle, on Friday. According to the Newark Star-Ledger, via Randle's agent, the No. 63 overall pick signed a four-year contract.
News of Randle's signing came just hours after it was reported the Giants signed running back David Wilson, the team's 1st-round pick. With Randle's deal done, only one Giants draft pick remains unsigned, 7th-round choice Markus Kuhn, a defensive tackle from North Carolina State.
Randle was part of a second-tier of receivers with draft grades ranging from the late 1st round to into the 2nd. It was a mild surprise that the Giants were able to draft him so late in the 2nd round. Randle has solid combination of size, athletic ability and good hands that were lost in the Tigers' run-first offense. He will most likely compete for the third or fourth receiver spot on the roster.