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NFL Draft 2014: Day 3 Live Blog

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Keep up with all the action in the final day of the 2014 NFL Draft.

Odell Beckham Jr. 1st round pick. Who will be the picks on Day 3?
Odell Beckham Jr. 1st round pick. Who will be the picks on Day 3?
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UPDATE, 4:26 p.m.: As expected, Day 3 of the NFL Draft has been busy. With their final picks, the Giants have selected:

Round 4, Pick 13 (113): Boston College RB Andre Williams (ReactionAnalysis)

Round 5, Pick 12 (152): San Diego State S Nat Berhe (ReactionAnalysis)

Round 5, Pick 34 (174): USC OLB Devon Kennard (Reaction)

Round 6, Pick 11 (187): Notre Dame CB Bennett Jackson (Reaction)

UPDATE, 1:14 p.m.: With their first pick of the day, 113th overall, the Giants selected Boston College running back Andre Williams. A Heisman Trophy finalist in 2013, Williams is a powerful workhorse back at 5'11, 230 pounds who immediate improves the Giants' running back group of Rashad Jennings, Peyton Hillis and David Wilson, if healthy.

We'll have much more on Williams and the remainder of the Giants' picks throughout the day.

UPDATE, 11:57 a.m.: The early Saturday chatter around the Giants involves Michael Sam. The former Missouri defensive end is trying to become the first openly gay player to be drafted, and according to various media report, the Giants could be interested in selecting him.

Also interesting: ESPN will have a camera on Sam if he gets drafted.

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Before we bid the 2014 NFL Draft goodbye, there are four full rounds of picks still to come.

Recapping Rounds 1 & 2

So far, the New York Giants have addressed their needs with high-character, productive players who were all leaders on their college teams.

The Giants began by bolstering the depleted wide receiving corps with Odell Beckham Jr. out of LSU [Instant Analysis]. Friday night, the Giants surprised fans by selecting Colorado State center Weston Richburg in the second round and athletic Syracuse defensive tackle Jay Bromley in the third. [Instant Analysis]

Looking Ahead

With the most pressing of their needs addressed, Giants have four picks remaining. There are still plenty of talented players still available, and impact players are still there to be had.

As a reminder, the Giants traded their seventh-round draft pick for linebacker Jon Beason last year.

Day 3 Viewing Guide

Follow Every Pick Live

When: 12:00 p.m. ET

TV: NFL Network and ESPN/ESPN2 for all three days

Online Streaming: Full Draft: NFL.com Live

Giants' Day 3 Selections:

Round 4: 113th (13th in round)

Round 5: 152nd (12th in round), 174th (34th in round, compensatory pick)

Round 6: 187th (11th in round)