The Giants’ 2019 third-round draft choice will be in the team’s training camp in two weeks.

Technically, Western Michigan cornerback Sam Beal is not a member of next year’s draft class. But when the Giants selected him today in the third round of the NFL Supplemental Draft, they forfeited their choice in that round in the 2019 draft.

“We feel like we’re getting our third-round pick now,” general manager Dave Gettleman said. “We discussed it at length yesterday, and had a great conversation. We basically had a draft meeting in the office, with people on the speaker phone who had seen him. It was a very thorough conversation.”

Beal is the Giants’ first supplemental draft selection since 1994, when they chose safety Tito Wooten from Northeast Louisiana in the fourth round. Beal was the 44th player selected in the NFL Supplemental Draft since its inception in 1977.

A 6-1, 177-pounder, Beal played three seasons at Western Michigan. He started 23 of 37 games and concluded his career with 96 tackles (68 solo), two interceptions and 21 passes defensed.

“We feel like we’re getting our third-round pick now,” general manager Dave Gettleman said. “We discussed it at length yesterday, and had a great conversation. We basically had a draft meeting in the office, with people on the speaker phone who had seen him. It was a very thorough conversation.”

Beal is the Giants’ first supplemental draft selection since 1994, when they chose safety Tito Wooten from Northeast Louisiana in the fourth round. Beal was the 44th player selected in the NFL Supplemental Draft since its inception in 1977.

A 6-1, 177-pounder, Beal played three seasons at Western Michigan. He started 23 of 37 games and concluded his career with 96 tackles (68 solo), two interceptions and 21 passes defensed.