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For the second time today B.J. Goodson Jersey , Happy New Year New York Giants fans! Today is Janurary 1st, so that means that it’s time for the traditional New Year’s Day celebration. No, not trying to overcome your hangover in time to be a functional adult/human (though that is traditional for many). I mean that it’s time to pull up some couch and watch College Football Bowl games! Today features some great match-ups and potential draft prospects who should interest the Giants.Outback Bowl - Iowa vs (18) Mississippi StateESPN 2 - NoonUnfortunately, Iowa tight end Noah Fant will be skipping this game as he prepares for the 2019 NFL Draft. However, that gives fellow TE T.J. Hockenson time to shine. Hockenson is a player who could appeal to the Giants should they decide to make Rhett Ellison a cap casualty. He is a punishing blocker and a reliable receiver with athletic upside. He and Engram could form a dynamic duo in 12-personnel packages. He is, however, a red-shirt sophomore and might well decide to return to school.On the Mississippi State side of things is the top prospect in the game, DT Jeffery Simmons. Simmons doesn’t get the buzz that Ed Oliver and Quinnen Williams get, but he is very nearly at their level as a prospect. He is a bit undersized for a “traditional” defensive tackle, but he is long and very athletic. He uses his tools well and is a disruptive force along the defensive interior. Likewise, EDGE Montez Sweat is worth watching as well. He is long, athletic, and a solid fit in either 3-4 or 4-3 fronts. Players to watchIowa T.J. Hockenson (TE)Anthony Nelson (DL)Mississippi StateJeffery Simmons (DL)Montez Sweat (EDGE) Jonathan Abrams (S)Darryl Williams (OL)Elgton Jenkins (OL)Citrus Bowl - (14) Kentucky vs. (12) Penn StateABC - 1 p.m.The top prospect on either squad should interest the Giants. The obvious one here is Kentucky’s EDGE/OLB Josh Allen. Allen has worked his way into becoming one of the top EDGE and linebacker prospects in the nation. Not only is he a pass rushing force off the edge, but he is also fully capable of playing off-ball linebacker should the situation demand it. On the Penn State side of things is CB Amani Oruwariye. The Giants might find themselves with a hole to fill at cornerback, and Oruwariye has the frame and athletic profile they typically covet at the position. He is a talented man coverage cornerback and would be a good fit in the Giants’ defensePlayers to watchKentuckyJosh Allen (EDGE/OLB)Derrick Baity (CB)Mike Edwards (S)Penn StateAmani Oruwariye (CB)Miles Sanders (RB)Juwan Johnson (WR)Fiesta Bowl (11) LSU vs. (8) UCFESPN - 1 p.m.This is another game which will be missing some of its best, or most exciting, playersAt the top of the list is UCF quarterback McKenzie Milton, who suffered a gruesome knee injury earlier in the year and nearly lost his leg.But then LSU cornerback Greedy Williams and DL Ed Alexander are both sitting the game out as they begin their preparations for the NFL draft. LSU’s other cornerback, Kristian Fulton will miss the bowl game due to ankle surgery, which was performed in the beginning of December.Players to watchLSUDevin White (LB)Rashard Lawrence (DT)Garrett Brumfield (OL)Rose Bowl - (6) Ohio State vs. (9) WashingtonESPN - 5 p.m. If there is one game to watch today http://www.giantscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-nate-solder-jersey , the Rose Bowl might be it. Between the pageantry of the Parade of Roses to the teams on the field, this game is set to be the highlight of the afternoon and evening. The most obvious prospect to watch is Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins. Haskins hasn’t yet declared for the draft, but if he does he will dominate mock drafts for the Giants. Haskins has size, arm strength, and accuracy, but with just 15 starts to his resume, experience is a question. Of course, Ohio State boasts a huge number of future NFL players on their roster.Washington too has a talented roster and DB’s Byron Murphy and Taylor Rapp could intriguing options for the Giants’ secondaryPlayers to watchOhio StateDwayne Haskins (QB)Dre’Mont Jones (DT)Robert Landers (DL)K.J. Hill (WR)Parris Campbell (WR)WashingtonByron Murphy (CB)Taylor Rapp (S)Ben Burr-Kirven (LB)Kaleb McGary (OT)Myles Gaskin (RB)Sugar Bowl - (5) Georgia vs. (15) TexasESPN - 8:45 p.m.Our final game of the day should be a good match-up. We still don’t know what the future of the Giants’ quarterback position will be, and scouting players who might be factors in future drafts might not be a bad idea. I’ve mentioned Georgia’s Jake Fromm a few times, and I will do so again. Fromm is a solid, sound quarterback to good arm strength, accuracy, and plenty of poise. He’s been in big-game situations going back to little league base ball, and pressure is familiar to him. Facing Fromm will be Texas DBs Kris Boyd (CB) and Brandon Jones (S). The Giants will likely want to add talent to their secondary over the course of their off-season, and either player might present intriguing value if they happen to slip out of the second day of the draft. Wide receiver Collin Johnson could be an option in the second round, should Dave Gettleman want to add a big (6 feet, 6 inch, 215 pounds) receiver to the offense.Players to watchGeorgiaJake Fromm (QB - not draft eligible) Riley Ridley (WR)Isaac Nuata (TE)D’Andre Walker (EDGE)J.R. Reed (S)TexasCollin Johnson (WR)Kris Boyd (CB)Brandon Jones (S)Charles Omenihu (DL)Enjoy the games everyone, and feel free to use this as your open thread for the games.Rookie report: Stock up, stock down after Giants third preseason game The third week of the preseason is when the starters take over and play the most. That was a mixed bag for New York Giants’ rookies against the New York Jets. Some got their roles expanded Ray-Ray Armstrong Jersey , but others saw a serious shortage of time spent on the field. Of course, the top rookie, Saquon Barkley, did not take the field while resting a hamstring injury.For this week’s rookie report, we’ll go over play from the Jets game and also check in on how these rookies are trending three quarters of the way through the preseason.Will Hernandez, OL34 offensive snaps (50 percent)This won’t be able to be said about any other first-team offensive lineman, but Will Hernandez was good against the Jets. Hernandez stood out by not standing out on a line that routinely missed blocks and allowed the Jets to make plays in the backfield. He did have one holding call against him in the second quarter, but his positives outweighed that penalty.Here’s a play from the first quarter where Wayne Gallman gets hit from three different angles at the line, but Hernandez is still pushing his guy back at the end of the play.On the second offensive play of the game, Hernandez picked up Leonard Williams one-on-one pass blocking. That’s not an easy feat, especially for a rookie offensive lineman. He also pushed Williams to the side on Eli Manning’s 30-yard pass to Sterling Shepard in the second quarter.Preseason Stock: UpHernandez came into came as the favorite to be the starter at left guard and he’s earned that role since the first practice. His first preseason game was a little up and down, but Hernandez has been among the most consistent Giants through three games. There’s some cause for concern across parts of the offensive line, but left guard is not one of them.B.J. Hill, DL20 defensive snaps (33 percent)Hill again played with the first-team defense and we got a glimpse of what a defensive line rotation might look like during the regular season. Hill will play on the end in a three-man line, can kick inside when a fourth lineman is added, and he’ll also be subbed out for the likes of Kerry Wynn or when the Giants go with Damon Harrison and Dalvin Tomlinson in the middle.It’s not always easy for an interior defensive lineman to make an impact on a play-to-play basis, but Hill has been able to make flash plays whenever he’s been on the field. His biggest play against the Jets was a deflected pass on a third-and-9 that was inches away from a Kerry Wynn interception.Preseason stock: UpWhile Hernandez was given the starter treatment from Day 1, Hill impressed his way through practices to grab that spot. He was treated as a star starter early in the preseason with the Giants cautiously monitoring his playing time. There’s no doubt Hill will be a big part of the Giants’ plan along the defensive line when the season starts.Lorenzo Carter, LB27 defensive snaps (45 percent)During the regular season, the Giants want to use more rotation on defense instead of leaving the pass rushers out on the field for 90 percent of the teams snaps. If the Giants wanted to work through that rotation Janoris Jenkins Jersey , they could have done that against the Jets but they mostly kept the first and second teams separate.Carter still struggles to get off blocks one-on-one, something that should develop with more time. There can also be a disconnect between his athleticism and his instincts. On this play in the third quarter, Carter was unblocked on the backside and cautiously made his way over to the play. It didn’t matter much because Michael Thomas was there to drop the back for a loss, but there’s a line between holding down the backside and going for the killshot. Someone with Carter’s athleticism should have the ability to be more aggressive in this situation.His best play of the night came early in the fourth quarter when he looped around from the right side of the defense to help get an assist on a Josh Mauro-led sack of Teddy Bridgewater.Preseason stock: SolidCarter wasn’t expected to come in and blow everyone away. His need for some development between his college role and the pro game was known. He’s taken steps and there’s still some things he needs to work on before he pushes into the starting conversation. It will help when the regular season starts and the linebackers get rotated more frequently. For now, he’s about what was expected, which is a fine depth piece on a defense that needs it.Kyle Lauletta, QB10 offensive snaps (15 percent)Kyle Lauletta has an elite handoff to the running back. If you wanted to get anything more out of his work against the Jets, I’m not sure what to tell you. Lauletta came in the game with just over 10 minutes remaining in the fourth quarter and threw two passes in that time. One was completed for a yard.Preseason stock: Has to be down, right?After the first preseason game, there was talk the backup quarterback role was wide open and Lauletta had the opportunity to sneak past Davis Webb on the depth chart. Since then, Lauletta has thrown seven passes over the past two preseason games. Maybe the coaches really want to make sure Webb is ready in case something happens to Eli and he needs to take all those reps, but it makes little sense to not allow Lauletta to throw a few more passes than he’s gotten over the past two weeks.Grant Haley, CB7 defensive snaps (12 percent)The return of Donte Deayon to the lineup came at the expense of Haley’s playing time. Last week against Detroit, no defensive player was on the field longer than Haley. This week only two defenders played less.Haley’s lone play was a “tackle” when he came off his receiver downfield and forced Andre Roberts out of bounds after a 24-yard pass after a blown coverage from Chris Lewis-Harris.Preseason stock: ConfusingIn a game where the starters got the most snaps, Haley’s playing time greatly diminished. Maybe that’s more because the coaches wanted to get Deayon all the snaps he’s missed — Deayon played 28 snaps — but if the coaches still wanted Haley out on the field, he could have taken playing time away from any of the other cornerbacks who played over him Friday night.
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