As we continue our series of player-by-player profiles of the 90-man roster the New York Giants will bring to training camp, let's look at undrafted free agent safety Kyle Sebetic.
2013 Season In Review
Sebetic started all 11 games for the Dayton Flyers during the 2013 season. He recorded 63 tackles, 46 of them solo. He also had an interception and was named First-Team All-PFL for his performance. In 2012, he had 15 passes defensed and three interceptions in nine games.
2014 Season Outlook
Sebetic landed with the Giants after Will Hill was cut following his third NFL-imposed suspension in three seasons. If you think of Sebetic as a camp body, you are most likely right. The idea that we don't even have a usable photo of him from his college playing career probably lends credence to that. TonySoftli.com, a small-school scouting web site, lists Sebetic as the 25th-best small-school free safety last season. That is hardly an endorsement that makes you think he could earn a spot with the Giants. Sebetic was signed largely because he was available when Hill was cut, and the Giants need to maintain roster balance for offseason workouts. It is hard to imagine Sebetic making it past the team's first round of cuts.