Former USC cornerback Stoney Woodson has agreed to a four-year deal with the New York Giants worth about $1.8 million, according to multiple New York and New Jersey media outlets.
Woodson, a seventh round draft pick by the Giants, wasn't a full-time starter at cornerback for the Gamecocks but had a good showing at USC's pro day in March.
The 5-10, 198-pound Woodson's deal could grow to $4 million with escalators and incentives, and includes a signing bonus likely in the range of $46,000, according to reports in the New Jersey Star-Ledger and New York Daily News.
The team cut cornerback Rashad Barksdale to make room for Woodson.
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Woodson is the second of USC's seven draft picks to sign with his team.
Former Gamecock kicker Ryan Succop reached a deal earlier in the week with the Kansas City Chiefs worth a total of about $1.2 million, according to Joel Turner, Succop's Myrtle Beach-based agent.
USC’s draft picks
The Gamecocks had seven players picked in this year's NFL Draft, the second-most in program history and the most since the draft was shortened to seven rounds in 1994.
-- JARED COOK, TE: 3rd Round (No. 89), Titans
-- KENNY MCKINLEY, WR: 5th Round (No. 141), Broncos
-- JASPER BRINKLEY, LB: 5th Round (No. 150), Vikings
-- JAMON MEREDITH, OT: 5th Round (No. 162), Packers
-- CAPTAIN MUNNERLYN, DB: 7th Round (No. 216), Panthers
-- STONEY WOODSON, DB: 7th Round (No. 238), Giants
-- RYAN SUCCOP, K: 7th Round (No. 256), Chiefs