The New York Giants hit the ground running at the 2020 NFL Combine, making several adjustments to their roster, coaching staff and scouting department since landing in Indianapolis on Monday.

On Tuesday, the team was back at it, scheduling a formal interview with San Diego State center Keith Ismael, according to Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News.

The Giants are scheduled to conduct a formal interview with San Diego State center Keith Ismael in Indianapolis this week. Ismael started 38 games in three years for the Aztecs: 27 at center, 10 at right guard and one at left guard. The 6-3, 310-pound redshirt junior was first-team All-Mountain West in both of his final two years of college ball. He has been projected as high as a third-round pick. Wisconsin’s Tyler Biadasz, Washington’s Nick Harris, LSU’s Lloyd Cushenberry III and Michigan’s Cesar Ruiz are other centers to watch.

It’s worth noting that NFL teams have only 45 formal interviews this year as opposed to the 60 they had in previous years.

In addition to their interest in Ismael, the Giants have also met with Notre Dame wide receiver Chase Claypool and Clemson wide receiver Tee Higgins. It’s unclear if those were formal meetings.

The Giants will obviously meet with several dozen prospects at the NFL Combine — both formally and informally — so expect a lot of interview news throughout the day on Tuesday and for the remainder of the week.