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Which players Color Rush Daniel Jones Jersey , other than D.K. Metcalf ,helped their draft stock on Saturday in Indy?"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections New York Giants NewsGiants Training Camp 2016Giants vs. Eagles 2015, Week 17New York Giants News2019 NFL DraftNFL Combine stock up, stock down: D.K. Metcalf’s absurd workout headlines Saturday New,70commentsWhich players, other than D.K. Metcalf ,helped their draft stock on Saturday in Indy?ESTShareTweetShareShareNFL Combine stock up, stock down: D.K. Metcalf’s absurd workout headlines Saturday Matt Bush-USA TODAY SportsWe are officially half-way through the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine, and all done with the offensive players. A day after watching the offensive linemen and running backs, we saw the quarterbacks, tight ends, and wide receivers. This is a deep and talented class for both receiver and tight end position groups and quite a few players helped themselves. It remains to be seen whether the New York Giants will draft from either of those positions, but the workouts were fun none the less. Of course, if we are talking about workouts that raised profiles and got people talking, there’s only one place to start and that is with one of the freakiest performances we’ve ever seen. Stock up Wide receiversD.K. Metcalf (Mississippi) - The Inter-Google has been going nuts over Metcalf for a couple weeks now, with some amazed by his physique, while others sharing concerns that he is too big and would compromise his athleticism. Metcalf confirmed his status as an absolute freak on Saturday, coming in at 6-foot-3, 228 pounds (1.8 percent body fat, apparently), and put up 27 reps on the bench press, jumped 40.5 inches, and turned a 4.33 second 40-yard dash. For comparison, Julio Jones was 6-3, 220 pounds Youth Daniel Jones Jersey , and recorded 17 reps, 4.39s, and 38.5 inches. Once into the field drills, Metcalf ran solid routes, was sudden out of his breaks, and caught the ball well. The question for him now is how high will he go? Hakeem Butler (Iowa State) - It was no secret that Hakeem Butler is a big receiver, and even standing among NFL prospects, Butler’s size stands out. Butler was a cheat code for Iowa State, averaging 22 yards per catch his final year in college. One of the bigger questions for Butler was whether or not he had more options than just sheer size to create separation. He helped answer those questions with a 4.49 second 40-yard dash and a 37-inch vertical leap. He also showed off his hands with a highlight 1-handed catch in field drills. N’Keal Harry (Arizona State) - If there were two doubts on Harry, they were about his ability to separate from tight coverage at the next level and whether or not he has speed. Harry couldn’t answer the questions about his ability to shake tight coverage in drills without defensive backs, but he surprised with a 4.54 second 40 when many were expecting him to run anywhere between 4.6 and 4.7 seconds. Paris Campbell (Ohio State) - Campbell showed that he was one of the most explosive athletes at the combine, running a 4.31 second 40 yard dash to go with a 40-inch vertical and 11-foot 3 inch broad jump. That wasn’t surprising, but one of the purposes of the combine is to confirm what you see on tape. Campbell showed natural hands extending to catch the ball away from his frame and had a solid showing running routes in the field drills. A.J. Brown (Mississippi) - Brown has been Mississippi’s most productive receiver, but is overshadowed by the excitement surrounding Metcalf. Brown was faster than anticipated with a 4.49 second 40 while also coming in bigger than expected at 226 pounds. He showed off good route running and burst out of his breaks, as well as good hands to pluck the ball out of the air. Andy Isabella (UMass) - When a receiver produces despite everyone in the stadium knowing that he’s going to get the ball, he’s good. Isabella has been building off of that reputation throughout the draft process, including through the Senior Bowl. Isabella is an undersized receiver at 5-foot-9, 188 pounds, and initially disappointed with a 40-yard dash in the 4.5 second range, however it quickly came out that there was a timing problem and his official time was put at 4.31 seconds. Isabella doesn’t stand out when standing next to the other receivers in Indy, but he could be a great value for some team.QuarterbacksTyree Jackson (Buffalo) - Every year it seems that scouts and GMs have their imagination captured by prospects who might not be polished, but are physical specimens. This year that could be Tyree Jackson, who is an enormous quarterback at 6-foot-7, 249 pounds. But unlike some other big QBs, Jackson is also an impressive athlete Womens Daniel Jones Jersey , running a 4.59 second 40, and broad jumping 10 feet (vertical of 34.5 inches). For the most part he threw the ball well in drills, helping to address concerns that his long frame will make it difficult for him to develop consistent mechanics. Jarrett Stidham (Auburn) - We saw on tape that Stidham is a good athlete who throws a pretty ball with generally clean mechanics. Unfortunately, Auburn’s offense didn’t really foster his development as a passer and he didn’t take the next step which many expected of him. He confirmed his athleticism on Saturday and threw the ball well in field drills. He hasn’t worked his way into the top picks, but he has shown teams traits they might want to develop.Tight endsNoah Fant (Iowa) - Everyone knew that Fant would be athletic, but it was a pleasant surprise that he came in to the combine at 6-foot-5 and 243 pounds. Making it even better, he maintained his speed at that weight and still turned a 4.5 second 40 yard dash.Foster Moreau (LSU) - Moreau gets lost in the shuffle in a talented tight end class. He showed well on the field, weighing in with good size and running well for that size in the 40-yard dash. When it came to the field drills, he caught the ball well in receiving drills and showed his ability as a blocker in those drills as well.Dawson Knox (Mississippi) - Knox was used sparingly (at best) by the Ole Miss offense, which made the Combine his chance to show out. While he didn’t blow up the workouts, he routinely showed up, measuring well and navigating the drills smoothly. He is a lump of clay for whichever NFL team drafts him, but he could be a good acquisition with the right development.Stock downTight EndsIsaac Nauta (Georgia) - Nauta came into the weekend in my list of top five tight ends due to his blocking and ability as a receiver on vertical routes. But its not good when a player comes in smaller than expected and then runs a 4.9 second 40-yard dash. Nauta looked much faster than that on tape and could be having a bad day at the worst time. But he will have to make up ground at Georgia’s pro day. Wide receiversKelvin Harmon (NC State) - Harmon is a talented receiver with the ability to disregard coverage and come down with high-difficulty catches. He figured highly on most wide receiver depth charts and reminds of DeAndre Hopkins on the field, but never looked particularly fast. Unfortunately, he wasn’t able to dispel those questions with his 40 time, running a 4.61 second 40-yard dash. This is a crowded receiving class and Harmon didn’t separate himself as much as he might have wanted. Big Blue appears to be honing in on pass rushers"Mock drafts are still overwhelmingly giving Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins to the New York Giants at No. 6, with Haskins being the choice in 80 percent of the most recent mocks listed in the SB Nation database. The winds, though, are blowing in another direction — toward the guys who terrorize the quarterbacks.ESPN’s Dianna Russini said Friday that the Giants are not interested in Haskins with the No. 6 overall pick.Russini said she was “pretty confident” the Giants will take a defensive player at No. 6.Pat Leonard of the Daily News wrote that “no matter how experts rank these QBs, there is near-universal agreement that the best player available at the Giants’ first pick will not be a quarterback.”With that in mind, Leonard wrote that the Giants selecting a quarterback at No. 6 “doesn’t add up.”I agree.A veteran scout told me the other day that I “better start boning up on d-lineman at No. 6.” Another told me it’s “still early, but pass rusher looks like the pick.”Since becoming Giants GM, Dave Gettleman has often said that you have to trust your evaluations and take the best player.“You cannot reach,” Gettleman said at the Combine. “I will say it until the cows come home, you can’t reach.”Gettleman proved he practices what he preaches when he took Saquon Barkley at No. 2 a year ago Authentic Daniel Jones Jersey , despite the overwhelming belief that in the scouting community that a) he should have taken a quarterback in a class rich at that position and b) the positional value of a running back made taking one at No. 2 ill-advised.The strength of this year’s class is on the defensive line.“We all know that,” Cleveland Browns GM John Dorsey said at the Combine.Gettleman is certainly among those who is aware. Here is what Gettleman said when asked about the draft’s pass rushers at the Combine:“This is a really strong draft for hogs on both sides of the ball. It’s obviously a very important need. You guys sat and watched us and saw our inability to close out games. We had three games the second half of the year we make stops we finish the season 7-1. A stop.”That need didn’t change just because the Giants signed edge defender Markus Golden. He is on a one-ear contract and had just 2.5 sacks a season ago. Golden is fired up to play for defensive coordinator James Bettcher and believes he is “on my way to getting back to where I was” when he had 12.5 sacks for Bettcher’s Arizona defense in 2017.Still, the Giants need more.If they want pass rush at No. 6, it will certainly be there. If both Haskins and Kyler Murray come off the board before the Giants pick, some combination of Quinnen Williams, Josh Allen, Devin White, Rashan Gary, Ed Oliver and Montez Sweat will be available. Even if only one QB is taken, some players from that group will be there.A second group of pass rusher, perhaps slightly less likely to go top 6 but still considered quality prospects, includes Brian Burns, Jeffrey Simmons and Clelin Ferrell.See all of our prospect profilesQuarterback at 17?Maybe.As I wrote on Friday I do not believe Giants decision-makers are unanimous in their support of any single quarterback in this draft class.That will make things interesting if Haskins somehow falls to 17 (unlikely), or if Missouri’s Drew Lock is there, which seems more plausible. Maybe even if Duke’s Daniel Jones is on the board.There is also, of course, the Josh Rosen factor to consider. Also the possibility that the guy the Giants really want is in the 2020 draft class.Other possibilities at 17?Doubling up on pass rush seems unlikely, but this is Gettleman and the unthinkable always seems thinkable. Offensive tackle, especially if they are unable to secure Mike Remmers or another veteran right tackle. Wide receiver could be in play. Defensive back seems less likely, but again this is the unpredictable Gettleman with the card in his hand.Anyway, that’s the direction this draft seems to be heading. Of course, with six weeks to go anything can happen.
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