With their two-day rookie mini-camp looming, the New York Giants took care of some business on Thursday night, signing three members of their 2019 NFL Draft class and 13 undrafted free agents (UDFA).
Most importantly, the Giants were able to sign cornerback Julian Love, offensive tackle George Asafo-Adjei and defensive tackle Chris Slayton to their rookie deals.
Love was the team’s fourth-round pick in the draft and is widely considered a steal, while Asafo-Adjei and Slayton join the Giants as seventh-round picks.
In addition to that rookie trio, the Giants also signed 13 undrafted players to their 90-man roster. Those players include the following:
C James O’Hagan (Buffalo/Seaford)
DB Jake Carlock (LIU Post/Babylon)
QB Eric Dungey (Syracuse)
OT Paul Adams (Missouri)
TE C.J. Conrad (Kentucky)
DE Jeremiah Harris (Eastern Michigan)
DE Nate Harvey (East Carolina)
RB Jon Hilliman (Rutgers)
DB Mark McLaurin (Mississippi State)
LB Josiah Tauaefa (UTSA)
DB Jacob Thieneman (Purdue)
WR Alex Wesley (Northern Colorado)
WR Reggie White Jr. (Monmouth)
Finally, the Giants also announced that wide receiver Jawill Davis, who was signed as an undrafted free agent in 2018, had been waived.
In seven games last season, Davis hauled in four receptions for 40 yards, returned seven kickoffs for 171 yards and 12 punts for 89 yards.
The latest series of transactions gives the Giants 88 players under contract, leaving two spots on their 90-man roster up for grabs.