David Gettleman’s first draft as the general manager of the New York Giants is now complete. The team made six selections with the most notable of course being Penn State running back Saquon Barkley.

Here are the Giants’ six selections, and how they fared in college.

1st round

  • Saquon Barkley, RB - Penn State (2nd overall)

Barkley was the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year in both 2016 and 2017. He also finished fourth in Heisman voting for the past season as a junior, one in which he ran for 1,271 yards on 5.9 Yards Per Carry with 18 touchdowns. He added another 54 receptions for 632 yards and three touchdowns.

In his three years at Penn St., he rushed for 3,843 (5.7 yards per carry) with 43 scores on the ground and also had 102 catches for 1,195 yards and eight touchdowns.

2nd round

  • Will Hernandez, G - UTEP (34th overall)

Hernandez started all 49 games for UTEP from 2014-17. A large man (listed at 6-3, 330 lbs.), the offensive lineman was named a Second Team All-American in 2016 and a First Team Conference USA member in 2017.

3rd round

  • Lorenzo Carter, LB - Georgia (66th overall)

Carter’s senior season at Georgia saw him record 62 tackles (8.5 for loss) in 15 games. He recovered three fumbles, forced three as well, and had 4.5 sacks.

In his four-year collegiate career with the Bulldogs, Carter finished with 14 sacks, 166 tackles, six fumble recoveries, and six fumbles forced.

  • B.J. Hill, DT - NC State (69th overall)

Hill’s senior season at NC State in 2017 consisted of playing 13 games while making 55 tackles, forcing one fumble, and sacking the quarterback twice.

In his four years with the Wolfpack, Hill had 183 tackles, eight sacks, an interception, two forced fumbles, and two fumble recoveries.

4th round

  • Kyle Lauletta, QB - Richmond (108th overall)

Lauletta’s senior season at Richmond culminated with his being named MVP of the Senior Bowl. In 11 games last year, he completed 281 of 433 passes (64.9 percent) for 3,737 yards, 28 touchdowns, and 11 interceptions.

In his four college seasons, Lauletta went 758-1,194 (63.5 percent) for 10,465 yards, 73 touchdowns, and 35 interceptions.

5th round

  • RJ McIntosh, DT - Miami (139th overall)

A Second Team All-ACC member in 2017, McIntosh left Miami after his junior season to enter the draft. Last year in 13 games, he finished with 52 tackles, 12.5 of which were for a loss. He added 2.5 sacks, a forced fumble, and a recovered fumble.

In his three years, McIntosh played 29 games for the Hurricanes. He had 103 tackles and 5.5 sacks.