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  • This Is an Official Undrafted Free Agent List from Giants.com...

    And now, introducing the free agents:

    Stephen Baggett, TE, 6-5, 251, East Carolina
    Baggett played in 48 games with 17 starts and finished his career with 23 receptions for 239 yards (10.2-yard avg.) and two touchdowns. As a blocker, he helped produce 11 individual 100-yard rushing performances. As a senior in 2017, Baggett played in 12 games with nine starts and had a career-high 11 catches for 105 yards and two touchdowns. He had a career-long 41-yard reception vs. Virginia Tech and scored touchdowns vs. South Florida and Memphis.

    Evan Brown, C, 6-2, 302, SMU
    Brown started all 47 games in which he played for the Mustangs, playing both right guard and center. As a freshman, he started the first five games of the season at right guard before making two starts at center, and the final three back at right guard. The following year, he started all 12 games at right guard. In his junior and senior seasons, Brown started 25 consecutive games at center.

    Sean Chandler, S, 5-11, 195, Temple
    Chandler played in 49 games with 48 starts - 25 as a weakside cornerback and 23 as a free safety. He recorded 264 tackles (182 solo) with 3.0 sacks, 13.5 stops behind the line of scrimmage, 23 deflected passes, and 10 interceptions that he returned for 155 yards and two touchdowns. He also forced four fumbles and recovered two. Chandler averaged 11.2 yards on 25 punt returns. In 2017, he started all 13 games at free safety and had a career-high 79 tackles (56 solo) and three interceptions.
    Tyrell Chavis, DT, 6-3 205, Penn State
    Chavis began his collegiate career at the University of Virginia, where he redshirted in 2013. He then played at Nassau Community College for two seasons before finishing his career at Penn State in 2016-17. In two seasons with the Nittany Lions, Chavis was credited with 32 tackles (nine solo), 3.0 sacks ¨C all in 2017 ¨C and 7.5 tackles for losses. He earned the Tim Shaw Thrive Award, awarded to the student©\athlete who has overcome adversities and been an inspiration to his fellow teammates.

    Aaron Davis, CB, 5-11, 194, Georgia
    Davis played in 53 games with 45 starts and concluded his career with 184 tackles (121 solo), five interceptions, 17 pass breakups, 4.0 sacks, and 17.5 tackles for losses. He started at least nine games in each of the last four seasons after redshirting in 2013. In 2017, he started all 15 games for the national runner-up Bulldogs and had 43 tackles (30 solo), one interception, five pass breakups and 1.5 sacks. Davis had career-high totals of 54 tackles (43 solo) as a junior in 2016.

    Jawill Davis, WR, 6-0, 191, Bethune-Cookman
    Davis played in 47 games with 29 starts in five seasons at Bethune-Cookman (he was granted a medical hardship after missing most of the 2014 season with an injury). He caught 106 passes for 1,692 yards (16.0-yard avg.) and 10 touchdowns. In 2015, he played in 11 games with 10 starts and had career-high totals of 39 receptions for 788 yards and six scores. Davis also started 10 games in 2017 when he registered 36 catches for 475 yards and three touchdowns.

    Tae Davis, LB, 6-1, 200, Tennessee-Chattanooga
    A special teams standout in his first two seasons, Davis played safety until his senior season, when he shifted to outside linebacker. He played in 49 games with 10 starts and recorded 119 tackles (72 solo) with 1.0 sack, five stops behind the line of scrimmage, seven quarterback pressures, two forced fumbles, and three deflected passes. In 2017, Davis started all nine games in which he played. Despite missing two games with an injury, he led the team with 74 tackles (42 solo) including 1.0 sack, five stops for losses of 12 yards, and six pressures.

    Bryon Fields, CB, 5-11, 180, Duke
    Fields played in 52 career games with 39 starts, including starts in each of his last 38 games. He registered 181 total tackles, 5.0 tackles for losses, 1.0 quarterback sack, six interceptions, 21 pass breakups, two forced fumbles, and one fumble recovery. Fields holds the Duke record with four interception returns for touchdowns, including a record-tying two in 2017. Last season, he started all 13 games and recorded 39 tackles, including one for a loss, three interceptions, and seven pass breakups. A team captain, Fields received the program¡¯s Frances Cutcliffe Spirit of Perseverance Award, which is presented annually to the player who best displays the toughness and perseverance to overcome challenges and continue to strive for victory. He was a four-time Academic All-ACC selection.

    Nick Gates, G, 6-5, 295, Nebraska
    Gates started all 35 games in which he played before deciding to join the NFL with one year of eligibility remaining. He played 10 games at right tackle as a redshirt freshman in 2015, and 25 games at left tackle the last two seasons. His 25 straight starts at left tackle was the longest by a Cornhusker since 1981. Gates was a three-time member of the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll.

    Grant Haley, CB, 5-9, 185, Penn State
    Haley played in 49 games with 36 starts for the Nittany Lions. His career totals included 139 tackles (89 solo), five interceptions, 23 passes defensed, 2.0 sacks, and 6.5 tackles for losses. He also averaged 20.6 yards on 32 kickoff returns (all as a freshman in 2014) and returned a blocked field goal for a touchdown vs. Ohio State in 2016. Last year, Haley was elected a team captain. He started all 13 games and finished with 40 tackles (27 solo), including both of his career sacks, and tied his career high with two interceptions. Haley was one of 21 players on the team to earn a degree before the Fiesta Bowl.

    Tyler Howell, T, 6-8, 300, Missouri
    Howell played in 10 games with four starts at left tackle as a senior after starting all 12 games the previous season. In 2016, the Tigers¡¯ O-line finished first nationally in tackles for loss allowed (2.92 per game), the lowest for any team since at least 2005. Howell began his collegiate career at Butler Community College, where he was named a first-team Junior College All-American in 2014. He did not play football in 2015 due to academic reasons.



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  • #2
    Well all the guys on the list play positions of needs for the team. Hopefully we find one or two diamonds in the rough.

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    • #3
      none of them got much media attention prior to the draft, except cb, grant haley, who Mike Mayock had as a top 100 guy. it will be interesting to see if any of them pan out. i'll be impressed by the NYG scouts if any of them turn out to be good.

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      • #4
        Interested in to see what Gates can do
        Football has been very, very good to us.
        After losing seasons 2013-15, the giants put up 11 wins in 16.. they are on way Back
        But for now we can console ourselves with this fact-

        # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

        1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
        2-Washington, Green Bay, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
        3-San Francisco, Dallas, Denver
        4-New York Giants!!!
        5-NE
        Let's make it 5 in 2016 so we can be on a LINE NE again!!!

        ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

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        • #5
          Also the 6'8 kid from Missouri
          Football has been very, very good to us.
          After losing seasons 2013-15, the giants put up 11 wins in 16.. they are on way Back
          But for now we can console ourselves with this fact-

          # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

          1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
          2-Washington, Green Bay, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
          3-San Francisco, Dallas, Denver
          4-New York Giants!!!
          5-NE
          Let's make it 5 in 2016 so we can be on a LINE NE again!!!

          ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

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          • #6
            http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...2018-nfl-draft
            Quarterbacks

            1. Chase Litton, Marshall
            2. Kurt Benkert, Virginia
            3. Nic Shimonek, Texas Tech
            4. J.T. Barrett, Ohio State
            5. Riley Ferguson, Memphis
            6. Luis Perez, Texas A&M-Commerce
            7. Nick Stevens, Colorado State
            8. Matt Linehan, Idaho
            9. Peter Pujals, Holy Cross
            10. Kenny Hill, TCU
            11. John O'Korn, Michigan
            12. Brandon Silvers, Troy
            13. Richard Lagew, Indiana
            14. Chris Streveler, South Dakota
            15. Jeremiah Briscoe, Sam Houston State
            16. Tim Boyle, Eastern Kentucky
            17. Kerron Johnson, Coastal Carolina
            18. Kyle Allen, Houston
            19. Chad Meredith, S.E. Missouri State
            20. Christopher Board, North Dakota
            21. Max Staver, Maine Running backs

            1. Josh Adams, Notre Dame
            2. Martez Carter, Grambling
            3. Darrel Williams, LSU
            4. Akrum Wadley, Iowa
            5. Roc Thomas, Jacksonville State
            6. Kamryn Pettway, Auburn
            7. Phillip Lindsay, Colorado
            8. Ryan Nall, Oregon State
            9. Ralph Webb, Vanderbilt
            10. Justin Crawford, West Virginia
            11. Luke McNitt, Nebraska
            12. Lavon Coleman, Washington
            13. Jeffery Wilson, North Texas
            14. Jarvion Franklin, Western Michigan
            15. Chris Warren, Texas
            16. Keith Ford, Texas A&M
            17. Nick Wilson, Arizona
            18. Kyle Hicks, TCU
            19. Malik Williams, Louisville
            20. Mike Boone, Cincinnati
            21. Jordan Chunn, Troy
            22. Jamal Morrow, Washington State
            23. Demario Richard, Arizona State
            24. Quinton Flowers, South Florida
            25. Ty Isaac, Michigan
            26. Gus Edwards, Rutgers
            27. Terry Swanson, Toledo
            28. Dalyn Dawkins, Colorado State
            29. D'Ernest Johnson, South Florida
            30. Ray Lawry, Old Dominion
            31. Dontrell Hilliard, Tulane
            32. Detrez Newsome, Western Carolina
            33. Mark Thompson, Florida
            34. Phillip Lindsay, Colorado
            35. Shaun Wilson, Duke
            36. Anthony Philyaw, Howard
            37. Gerald Holmes, Morgan State
            38. Larry Rose, New Mexico State
            39. Sherman Badie, Tulane Wide receivers

            1. Allen Lazard, Iowa State
            2. Simmie Cobbs, Indiana
            3. Byron Pringle, Kansas State
            4. Jeff Badet, Oklahoma
            5. Jester Weah, Pittsburgh
            6. Vyncint Smith, Limestone
            7. Jake Wieneke, South Dakota State
            8. Robert Foster, Alabama
            9. Ted Redding, Bowling Green
            10. Reggie Bonnafon, Louisville
            11. Jaelon Acklin, Western Illinois
            12. Korey Robertson, Southern Miss
            13. Chris Lacy, Oklahoma State
            14. Taj Williams, TCU
            15. Josh Crockett, Central Oklahoma
            16. Quadree Henderson, Pittsburgh
            17. Jonah Trinnaman, BYU
            18. Matt Vanderberg, Iowa
            19. Steve Ishmael, Syracuse
            20. J.T. Luper, Central Oklahoma
            21. Keith Kirkwood, Temple
            22. J.D. Diarse, TCU
            23. Ka'Raun White, West Virginia
            24. Caleb Scott, Vanderbilt
            25. Trent Sheffield, Vanderbilt
            26. Bryce Bobo, Colorado
            27. Tre Bonner, Houston
            28. Saeed Blacknail, Penn State
            29. Elijah Marks, Northern Arizona
            30. Davon Grayson, East Carolina
            31. Devante Kincade, Grambling
            32. Deontay Burnett, USC
            33. Steven Mitchell, USC
            34. Cam Phillips, Virginia Tech
            35. Damoun Patterson, Youngstown State
            36. Frank Stephens, Air Force
            37. Dijon Paschal, Arkansas State
            38. Matt Sewall, Bryant
            39. Gary McKnight Jr., Northeastern (Okla.) State
            40. Shay Fields, Colorado
            41. Devin Ross, Colorado
            42. Brandon Powell, Florida
            43. Byron Pringle, Kansas State
            44. Garrett Johnson, Kentucky
            45. Charles Walker, Kentucky
            46. Jalen Tolliver, Louisiana-Monroe
            47. Devin Scott, Louisiana-Lafayette
            48. Earl Malik, Missouri State
            49. Jordan Gandy, Murray State
            50. De'Mornay Pierson-El, Nebraska
            51. Trent Bostic, Charlotte
            52. Elijah Marks, Northern Arizona
            53. Elijaah Goins, Ohio State
            54. Andrew Bridgeforth, Slippery Rock
            55. Quinton Lane, South Alabama
            56. Cameron Batson, Texas Tech
            57. DeVonte Boyd, UNLV Tight ends

            1. Marcus Baugh, Ohio State
            2. Ethan Wolfe, Tennessee
            3. David Wells, San Diego State
            4. Andrew Vollert, Weber State
            5. Deon Yelder, Western Kentucky
            6. Matt Flanagan, Pittsburgh
            7. Blake Mack, Arkansas State
            8. Shane Wimann, Northern Illinois
            9. Nick Keizer, Grand Valley State
            10. Cam Serigne, Wake Forest
            11. Junior Pomee, West Texas A&M
            12. Ryan Smith, Miami (Ohio)
            13. Damon Gibson, Minnesota-Moorhead
            14. Jason Reese, Missouri
            15. DeAndre Goolsby, Florida
            16. Jeb Blazevich, Georgia
            17. Tyler Hoppes, Nebraska
            18. Andrew Caskin, William & Mary
            19. Nathan Marcus, Vanderbilt
            20. Greg Hart, Kentucky
            21. David Ajamu, Washington
            22. Derrick Hayward, Maryland
            23. Ben Johnson, Kansas
            24. Garrett Hudson, Richmond
            25. Cole Hunt, TCU
            26. Jordan Franks, Central Florida
            27. Dillon Salva, Merrimack
            28. Jonathan Wolf, Minnesota-Mankato
            29. Trey Scott, North Carolina A&T
            30. Cole Cook, N.C. State
            31. Connor Wentz, North Dakota State
            32. Garrett Dickerson, Northwestern
            33. Julian Allen, Southern Miss
            34. Brett Thompson, Tennessee-Martin
            35. Austin Ramesh, Wisconsin Offensive linemen

            1. Zach Crabtree, Oklahoma State
            2. Toby Weathersby, LSU
            3. Sean Welsh, Iowa
            4. Nick Gates, Nebraska
            5. Tony Adams, N.C. State
            6. Taylor Hearn, Clemson
            7. Jaryd Jones-Smith, Pittsburgh
            8. Dejon Allen, Hawaii
            9. Desmond Harrison, West Georgia
            10. Brett Toth, Army
            11. Skyler Phillips, Idaho State
            12. Evan Brown, SMU
            13. Gerhard De Beer, Arizona
            14. Jacob Alsadek, Arizona
            15. Austin Golson, Auburn
            16. K.J. Malone, LSU
            17. Jake Campos, Iowa State
            18. Aaron Stinnie, James Madison
            19. Jamar McGloster, Syracuse
            20. Darius James, Auburn
            21. Matt Gano, Wesley
            22. K.C. McDermott, Miami
            23. Brad Lundblade, Oklahoma State
            24. David Bright, Stanford
            25. Brett Kendrick, Tennessee
            26. Sales Uhatafe, Utah
            27. Nate Wozniak, Minnesota
            28. Beau Nunn, Appalachian State
            29. Mo Porter, Baylor
            30. Aaron Evans, Central Florida
            31. Austin Fleer, Colorado-Mesa
            32. Zack Goloitch, Colorado State
            33. Albert Havili, Eastern Washington
            34. Christian Dilavro, Illinois
            35. Isaac Boettger, Iowa
            36. David Reese, Montana
            37. Bradford Lundblade, Oklahoma State
            38. Jake Pisarcik, Oregon
            39. Bryce Johnson, State John's (Minn.)
            40. Ian Park, Slippery Rock
            41. Nico Falah, USC
            42. Justin Evans, South Carolina State
            43. Cole Boozer, Temple
            44. Tristan Nickelson, Texas
            45. Patrick Morris, TCU
            46. Elijah Nkansah, Toledo Defensive linemen

            1. Hercules Mata'afa, Washington State
            2. Marcell Frazier, Missouri
            3. Poona Ford, Texas
            4. Trenton Thompson, Georgia
            5. Sharif Finch, Temple
            6. Christian LaCouture, LSU
            7. Ja'Von Rolland-Jones, Arkansas State
            8. Joe Ostman, Central Michigan
            9. Darius Jackson, Jacksonville State (Ala.)
            10. Trent Harris, Miami
            11. Matt Dickerson, UCLA
            12. Jamiyus Pittman, Central Florida
            13. Tracy Sprinkle, Ohio State
            14. Greg Gilmore, LSU
            15. Curtis Cothran, Pen State
            16. Henry Mondeaux, Oregon
            17. Mike Ramsay, Duke
            18. Zaycoven Henderson, Texas A&M
            19. Tyler Lancaster, Northwestern
            20. Jamar King, Alabama
            21. Parker Cothran, Penn State
            22. John Atkins, Georgia
            23. Du'Vonta Lampkin, Oklahoma
            24. Taylor Stallworth, South Carolina
            25. Kevin Soulek, South Dakota State
            26. Nifae Lealad, Vanderbilt
            27. Eric Boggs, Appalachian State
            28. Ben Sorensen, Cal-Sacramento
            29. Malik Forrester, Fresno State
            30. Dalton Keene, Illinois State
            31. Drew Bailey, Louisville
            32. Frank Herron, LSU
            33. Cavon Walker, Maryland
            34. Patrick Choudia, Nevada
            35. Ebo Ogundeko, Tennessee State
            36. Jesse Brubaker, Tulsa
            37. Daniel Ekuale, Washington State Linebackers

            1. Skai Moore, South Carolina
            2. Mike McCray, Michigan
            3. Frank Ginda, San Jose State
            4. Matthew Thomas, Florida State
            5. Frankie Lulu, Washington State
            6. Manase Mungalu, Oregon State
            7. Chris Worley, Ohio State
            8. Garret Dooley, Wisconsin
            10. Davin Bellamy, Georgia
            11. Jason Cabinda, Penn State
            12. Slone Teuhema, Southeast Louisiana
            13. Jeff Holland, Auburn
            14. Nick DeLuca, North Dakota State
            15. Nyles Morgan, Notre Dame
            16. Andrew Motuapuaka, Virginia Tech
            17. Auggie Sanchez, South Florida
            18. Joe Lanning, Iowa State
            19. Tre Williams, Auburn
            20. Jacob Pugh, Florida State
            21. Brian Womac, Rice
            22. James Hearns, Louisville
            23. Bo Bower, Iowa
            24. Ben Niemann, Iowa
            25. Darius Jackson, Jacksonville State
            26. Corey Thompson, LSU
            27. Derek McCartney, Colorado
            28. Tegray Scales, Indiana
            29. Cortney Love, Kentucky
            30. DeMarquis Gates, Ole Miss
            31. Cayson Collins, North Carolina
            32. Emmanuel Ellerbee, Rice
            33. William Ossai, San Jose State
            34. Naashon Hughes, Texas
            35. Junior Joseph, Connecticut Defensive backs

            1. Holton Hill, Texas
            2. Quenton Meeks, Stanford
            3. J.C. Jackson, Maryland
            4. Quin Blanding, Virginia
            5. Tony Brown, Alabama
            6. Grant Haley, Penn State
            7. Tarvarus McFadden, Florida State
            8. Rashard Fant, Indiana
            9. Levi Wallace, Alabama
            10. Kevin Toliver, LSU
            11. Kameron Kelly, San Diego State
            12. Arrion Springs, Oregon
            13. Michael Joseph, Dubuque
            14. Godwin Igwebuike, Northwestern
            15. Joshua Kalu, Nebraska
            16. Trayvon Henderson, Hawaii
            17. Andre Chachere, San Jose State
            18. Troy Matthews, Auburn
            19. Damon Webb, Ohio State
            20. Linden Stephens, Cincinnati
            21. Chandon Sullivan, Georgia State
            22. Charvarius Ward, Middle Tennessee State
            23. Trey Marshall, Florida State
            24. Dee Delaney, Miami
            25. Afolabi Laguda, Colorado
            26. Darious Williams, UAB
            27. Heath Harding, Miami (Ohio)
            28. Jordan Thomas, Oklahoma
            29. Jalen Davis, Utah State
            30. Stephen Roberts, Auburn
            31. A.J. Howard, Appalachian State
            32. Marcus Edmond, Clemson
            33. Joseph Putu, Florida
            34. Bryce Canady, Florida International
            35. Dominick Sanders, Georgia
            36. B.J. Clay, Georgia State
            37. Montrel Meander, Grambling
            38. Reginald Hall, Jacksonville State
            39. Raven Greene, James Madison
            40. Nick Holley, Kent State
            41. Jason Matovu, Maine
            42. Christian Slaughter, Memphis
            43. Anthony Sherrils, Missouri
            44. A.J. Moore, Ole Miss
            45. J.T. Gray, Mississippi State
            46. Mike Basile, Monmouth
            47. Bryson McCabe, Montana State
            48. Travis Wilson, Nevada
            49. Kishawn McClain, North Texas
            50. Elijah Campbell, Northern Iowa
            51. Steven Parker, Oklahoma
            52. Brandon Arnold, Oregon State
            53. D.J. Olmstead, Washburn
            54. Juante Baldwin, Pittsburgh (Kansas) State
            55. Jamarcus King, South Carolina
            56. Mike Ford, S.E. Missouri State
            57. Jomez Applewhite, Southern Miss
            58. Tre Herndon, Vanderbilt
            59. Trey Johnson, Villanova
            60. Ezekiel Turner, Washington
            61. Astantay Brown, Western Michigan
            62. Rico Gafford, Wyoming Place-kickers

            1. Daniel Pineiro, Florida
            2. Aaron Medley, Tennessee
            3. Michael Badgley, Miami
            4. Cole Murphy, Syracuse
            5. Matthew McCrane, Kansas State
            6. Mike Weaver, Wake Forest
            7. Daniel Martinez, Wayland Baptist
            8. Griffin Oakes, Indiana
            9. Drew Brown, Nebraska
            10. Jonathan Barnes, Louisiana Tech
            11. Kaare Vedvik, Marshall Punters

            1. Joe Zema, Incarnate Word
            2. Ryan Winslow, Pittsburgh
            3. Shane Tripuka, Texas A&M
            4. Joe Davidson, Bowling Green
            5. Cameron Nizialek, Georgia
            6. Trevor Daniel, Tennessee
            7. Keith Wrzuszczak, Eastern Kentucky
            8. Alan Luna, UTEP Long-snappers

            1. Tanner Crew, Oregon
            2. Mitchell Fraboni, Arizona State

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            • #7
              I see 3 guys on that list that will play at some point in the season. Sean Chandler S Temple. Evan Brown C SMU can contribute has position versatility played guard for 2 years and center for 2 years. Grant Haley will make a push for the slot CB spot.

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              • #8
                That Missouri OT Howell is a freaking monster

                6'8 330......U can't teach that
                Long Live the King

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