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April 25, 2020 | 7:31am

Having addressed needs on the offensive line in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft and the defensive backfield in the second round, the Giants doubled up with another offensive tackle in the third round.

This leaves the question: Who is going to snap the ball to Daniel Jones?

• Giants’ NFL Draft tracker: Live round-by-round picks and analysis

There were thoughts the Giants would go for a center on Day 2 of the draft but they did not. For now, they have Spencer Pulley as the only experienced center on the roster. There is some talk of trying tackle Nick Gates at some point. Jon Halapio is coming off a torn Achilles tendon and is unsigned, but he is likely to return once he can pass a physical.

The top center still available is Wisconsin’s Tyler Biadasz. Perhaps the Giants make a run at a center at pick No. 110 early in the fourth round. They also are expected to dig into the deep wide receiver class, but a ton of them are already gone.

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