RB Jashaun Corbin, Florida State
Corbin had 879 yards (6.2 YPC) rushing with seven touchdowns in 2021. He has a real shot at making the roster and could compete with 2021 sixth-round pick Gary Brightwell for that roster spot.
Hall is a 6’2, 239-pound hybrid TE/HB who initially reminded one of former Giant Elijhaa Penny. Hall is a bit more tight-end-like, but they have similar grit and play style.
H-Back Jeremiah Hall, Oklahoma
Miller is a 6’2″, 224-pound receiver who played in college against weaker competition. In 2021, he was targeted 77 times, catching 39 catches for 684 yards and three touchdowns. Miller might be converted to tight end, as the Giants did with now-former player Rysen John.
A 5’11, 202-pound one-cut back who transferred to Florida State from Texas A&M. Corbin is a solid athlete with a good jump-cut who falls through contact with good physical toughness.
He caught 32 of 36 targets for 334 yards and four touchdowns. He offers some nuance to his route running, does well to use defenders’ momentum against them as a blocker, and is very tough with the football in his hands. Hall had six carries in 2021 and can be used effectively in short yardage.
The current Giants don’t have a true H-Back on the roster after having two last year. With a good training camp, Hall could find his way onto the roster in specific packages while also contributing to special teams.
TE Austin Allen, Nebraska Allen is a 6’8, 253-pound tight end with a gigantic catch radius. He is a long strider who has solid acceleration when he can open his stride up, but he’s not overly athletic or fluid. He can block adequately and lose slow enough at the line of scrimmage, but leverage issues work against him. He takes solid angles while blocking, and his frame makes him an intriguing developmental project at tight end.
OG Josh Rivas, Kansas State Rivas is 6’5 and 330 pounds, with solid overall movement skills. He dDisplayed a fundamental understanding on how to climb, locate, and seal second-level defenders away from the ball carrier’s path.
Rivas does a solid job exploding out into his assignments; he brings good power to the point of attack, leverages his hands well. He can be a developmental asset in the Giants’ quick-hitting offense and screen game. EDGE Tomon Fox, North Carolina
He’s also a good run defender with 97 STOPs in his career. The Giants’ current EDGE room has plenty of youth and talented players, but Fox can win a spot if he has a good camp. DT Christopher Hinton, Michigan
Fox has serious speed to power ability. He does an excellent job pressing the outside shoulder of tackles at the top of the arc with exceptional play strength and force. He isn’t the bendest edge, but his bend is sufficient, and he’s good with his hands. Fox could be one of the more interesting UDFA additions. He was productive at UNC where he played six years in college with 3,221 snaps under his belt.