The Giants today signed tight end Daniel Bellinger, a fourth-round draft choice, to his rookie contract.
He became the ninth player of this year's 11-man draft class to sign, leaving just wide receiver Wan'Dale Robinson of Kentucky (second round) and safety Dane Belton of Iowa (fourth round) as the remaining unsigned members.
Bellinger played in 43 games with 32 starts at San Diego State, compiling 68 receptions for 771 yards (11.3-yard avg.) and five touchdowns, with a long catch of 73 yards. He was a three-time member of the Mountain West Conference Fall All-Academic team and a Mountain West scholar athlete. As a senior and team captain in 2021, he started all 13 games and posted career-high totals of 31 catches and 357 yards, including the 73-yarder, while scoring twice.
View photos of the the Giants' 2022 draft class on the practice field during spring workouts.