Wondering which NFL Draft prospects the Giants have taken a look at? Look no further than this comprehensive list, with help from the Star-Ledger.
Each NFL team is allowed to bring in a maximum of 30 non-local prospects for a visit to the team facility in the weeks leading up to the draft. This does not include private workouts held on team campuses.
T Vinston Painter, Virginia Tech
G Patrick Omameh, Michigan
S Rontez Miles, California (Pa.)
G Chance Warmack, Alabama
DL A.J. Francis, Maryland
DB Charles James, Charleston Southern
Reaction: It appears the Giants are doing this homework on areas of need. Three offensive linemen and two defensive backs tells the tale here. Warmack is certainly a viable option for the team at No. 19.
LB Steve Beauharnais, Rutgers *Here’s what I wrote about this prospect earlier today
LB Khaseem Greene, Rutgers
RB Jawan Jamison, Rutgers
TE D.C. Jefferson, Rutgers
DB Duron Harmon, Rutgers
RB Ray Graham, Pittsburgh
TE Matt Furstenburg, Maryland (From Flemington, N.J.)
DT Gilbert Pena, Ole Miss (From Yonkers, N.Y.)
RB Miguel Maysonet, Stony Brook
WR Ryan Spadola, Lehigh (From Howell, N.Y.)
K Patrick Murray, Fordham
DE Mike Catapano, Princeton
TE Chris Pantale, Boston College (From Wayne, N.J.)
WR/KR/PR Nick Williams, Connecticut (From East Windsor, N.J.)
QB Kyle Frazier, Monmouth
Reaction: Among the local prospects, the Giants are certainly doing their due diligence with Rutgers products. Linebackers, running backs and tight ends seem to be the positions targeted, as the team considers its options for who is around in the later rounds.
Greene is likely a first- or second-round talent, but certainly a viable candidate to fit in with the Giants rebuilding linebacking unit. Jefferson, Pantale or Furstenburg are fits as the team looks for depth at tight end. And Graham or Maysonset would have similar roles at the running back position.
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