The Giants will select 12th overall in next April’s NFL Draft, as per the order published this morning (see full order here).
They finished 7-9, as did three other teams: Detroit, Tennessee and St. Louis. The tiebreaker is strength of schedule, so the Giants (.520) will select after Detroit (.457) and Tennessee (.504) and before St. Louis (.551).
Twelfth is the highest draft position the Giants have had since 2004, when they chose QB Philip Rivers with the fourth overall selection. Rivers, along with a package of picks, was then traded to the San Diego Chargers for QB Eli Manning.