New Era, which designs and provides the official draft-day hats for National Football League teams and the players they select in the annual draft, looked to local inspirations in the form of city and state flags for each team for the 2019 version of their hats.
Time will tell what the Giants do with picks No. 6 and No. 17 in the first-round, but the larger questions are what they do from Round 2 and beyond. On Thursday, it was revealed that Carl Banks and David Tyree would be announcing this year's Giants draft selections. The 49ers made Cooper the No. 13 overall pick in 1980.
Holmes will join other former first round picks to announce the selection of all 32 team's second-round selections this year.
Fans need no reminder the 2016 NFL Draft was the final put together by then-general manager Trent Baalke, who oversaw one of the worst deconstructions of a perennial Super Bowl-contending roster in recent memory.
In 2017, the Giants had former linebackers Jessie Armstead and Harry Carson as their honorary draft pick announcers.
Last year, the Cardinals moved up to the No. 10 pick to select UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen.
In addition to announcing NFL Draft selections, players will be on-site to mentor the prospects and give back to the city of Nashville through participation in a variety of community service events.