New York Giants general manager Jerry was in attendance Friday at the Middle Tennessee State Pro Day, per Tony Pauline of Draft Analyst. The main attraction there was apparently cornerback Jeremy Cutrer.
A 6-foot-1, 170-pound corner with a fifth-round grade, Cutrer reportedly ran the 40-yard dash in the 4.4s.
Pauline reported that there were a handful of other players from Middle Tennessee State and Tennessee State on hand who may also be draft worthy.
Giants set visit with Arizona State WR Tim White
Pauline also reports that the Giants will bring Arizona State wide receiver/kick returner Tim White to East Rutherford, N.J. for a visit. White, 5-foot-11, 185 pounds, caught 113 passes for an average of 11.9 yards per catch with 10 TDs over the past two seasons. He averaged 24.4 yards on 69 kickoff returns, and 11.4 yards on 27 punt returns.
A vote for Cam Robinson
Alabama left tackle Cam Robinson has gotten knocked around quite a bit in the draft process, with few analysts seeming to believe he can be an NFL left tackle. Many, including NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock, think he he will wind up at guard.
SI.com’s Chris Burke came up with a different impression in his scouting report on Robinson. Read all of Burke’s report for a full take on Robinson. Here is just a little:
Robinson may never be a blocker on the move like a Ryan Ramcyzk or a Garett Bolles—his game best translates to a man-blocking system, with an emphasis on the power game. Nothing else in his body of work is beyond repair.
And the starting point is encouraging, if perhaps a bit below the top tackles of past drafts. Robinson has the length to play the blindside in the NFL, as well as the strength to be a plus-run blocker and the footwork to drop and protect his QB.
He has flaws, like all the other OTs in this class. He also has the potential to be a franchise left tackle.
Miller: Charles Harris “isn’t getting enough love”
Matt Miller of Bleacher Report believes that Missouri defensive end Charles Harris is being undervalued and should be in the conversation in the middle of the first round. Which means Miller thinks Harris would be good value at 23, where the Giants select.
Miller’s notebook also includes tidbits on a few other prospects of interest. Oh, and a two-round mock draft.