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Good morning, New York Giants fans!
Everyone who watched has his or her own opinion of what they witnessed during the quarterback workouts on Saturday at the NFL Scouting Combine. We got a glimpse of some of those workouts via Twitter on Saturday and our own Mark Schofield will be along with his breakdown. For now, let’s begin our day with thoughts from others who were able to see the workouts.
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“It probably is not a big deal to the Giants that Dwayne Haskins on Saturday at the NFL combine showed he is not very fast, clocking in at 5.04 in the 40-yard dash,” writes Paul Schwartz.
The quest from the Paramus Catholic graduate and New Jersey native: Make a simple yet bold impression with every team evaluating his talent and impact.
“That I’m the best player in this draft, offensively and defensively – period,” Gary said Saturday. “I know what I put into this, hard work and my motivation – my mom, my sister and my two nephews – and that’s all I need to keep going to be great.”
This from Kim Jones of Network:
“In terms of Murray, people are beginning to believe almost universally he will indeed be the No. 1 pick in this draft by the Arizona Cardinals. In fact, teams picking in the top 10 believe they’ll have no chance of drafting Murray. He’s not the biggest quarterback in the world, but he is a very big presence at this combine.”
This list from Dan Kadar is one you should be paying attention to.
Could Williams somehow fall to the Giants at No. 6?
There is no denying the Giants need more of these guys.
White had a formal interview with the Giants this past week at the NFL Scouting Combine and he believes he nailed it. Big time.
“We watched straight film,’’ White said Saturday. “They didn’t tell me nothing, we watched straight film. ‘What were you doing right here? Oh, that was a good play. What was this? …. Tell me what was going on. Draw this up.’ It was straight football, strictly business and I know they were picking my brain to see was I the linebacker that can go out there and control everybody. Did I know what I was doing at LSU? And I think I put on a show for ’em.’’