Good morning, New York Giants fans!
Today is the final day of the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine. Let’s check some of the headlines as this year’s Underwear Olympics wraps us.
How NJ's Josh Allen went from unknown recruit to feared NFL prospect
Allen will probably be off the board before the Giants pick at No. 6. If he isn’t and the Giants aren’t selecting a quarterback the Kentucky pass rusher has to be in the conversation.
Jon Gruden wants to shock the NFL this offseason - New York Daily News
Of course he does.
Tyree Jackson has become one of the draft's most intriguing prospects | Yahoo Sports
Well, 6-foot-7 quarterbacks with rocket arms don’t come along all that often. Or, ever.
The one free agent every NFL team must sign in 2019 | ESPN
New York Giants: LB Anthony Barr
2018 team: Vikings | Age: 27
Barr's best days might already be gone, but he's best-suited to land on a team that utilizes him correctly. He's a dropback linebacker who excels at rushing the passer. If he can replicate his sophomore campaign of 2015, in which he finished with elite grades in coverage while also bringing down a career-high 27 QB pressures, he becomes the perfect addition to a Giants linebacking corps that lacks playmakers.
- Patricia Traina recently profiled Barr for us, so be sure to check that out.
10 Giants Takeaways from the NFL Combine | SNY
Ralph Vacchiano offers his thoughts. My version of this is coming up on Tuesday.
Montez Sweat Headlines Most Athletic Pass-Rusher Crop in Years at NFL Combine | Bleacher Report
It's been called a good year for defensive linemen and edge-rushers since evaluators started looking at the 2019 draft class in August 2018, but following an epic day of workouts for the group at the NFL Scouting Combine, it's fair to call this one of the best groups ever.
Mississippi State's Montez Sweat headlines that group after his show-stealing performance.
Whether it’s Sweat or someone else, would it really be a shocker if the Giants selected a pass rusher sixth overall? Not to me it wou;dn’t.
B/R's Matt Miller: Scouts Ripped Jachai Polite's Combine, Called Injury Bulls--t | Bleacher Report
Let’s just say this young man did not help himself at the Combine.