Most likely: Corey Webster, Terrell Thomas, Antrel Rolle, Kenny Phillips, Prince Amukamara, Jayron Hosley, Tyler Sash
Webster will look to follow up last year's dominance with some more in 2012.
Thomas signed a new contract and has said he feels 100% following his torn ACL last August. He'll start opposite Webster.
Rolle and Phillips are locked in as the starting safeties.
Amukamara will likely be the nickelback after finally getting a full offseason and training camp under his belt.
Hosley was the Giants' 2012 third round pick out of Virginia Tech, and figures to be used sparingly on defense as a rookie. He could contribute more in the return game.
Sash, as of right now, is the team's third safety, but it wouldn't be shocking if veteran safety and clubhouse leader Deon Grant re-signed at some point this summer and threw a wrench in that plan if Sash struggles.
On the bubble: Antwaun Molden, Bruce Johnson, Michael Coe, Justin Tryon
The Giants' have a lot of cornerbacks right now (ten to be exact), and chances are only one or two of these guys will make the team.
Molden, the former Patriot, looked good last season, intercepting two passes and playing in all 16 games for the injury-riddled Pats' defense. He seems like a good bet to make the 53-man.
Johnson was a solid nickel corner off the bench for the Giants in his first two seasons, but after missing last season with a ruptured Achilles tendon, he has a lot of catching up to do.
Coe played in ten games last season, but that's about all he has going for him after struggling in coverage in 2011.
Tryon looked very strong in a very, very small cameo for the Giants last year before breaking his arm on a special teams tackle. For the record, he continued playing and finished that game with his broken arm. He's very tough, and someone worth rooting for.
But he plays a position that New York has more than enough of right now.
Unlikely: Stevie Brown, Brian Witherspoon, Chris Horton, Brandon Bing, Jojo Nicolas, Janzen Jackson, Will Hill
Brown could be a surprise addition as a special teams safety, kind of like Derrick Martin last year. Don't hold your breath, though.
Witherspoon would have made last year's team, but, like so many others, tore his ACL before the season began.
Horton had an effective rookie year with the Redskins in 2008, but has disappeared since then. He was out football in 2011.
Bing could return to the practice squad. Nicolas and Jackson are UDFAs. Hill spent last year in the AFL, and is looking to crack his first NFL roster.