Mark L. Baer-US PRESSWIRE
I'm really not sure who's going to come out of the preseason as the Giants' No. 3 wideout behind Nicks and Cruz, but my money is on anyone but Ramses Barden, who has been nothing but a disappointment thus far.
At 6'6", you'd think he'd be an ideal red-zone threat, but that just hasn't been the case for New York during the past three seasons.
According to ESPN New York's Ohm Youngmisuk, Jerrel Jernigan has been impressive so far during camp and has a shot to be the Giants' No. 3 WR.
Domenik Hixon obviously has the most experience out of any of the four receivers, but it remains to see if he can remain healthy enough to contribute to the offense.
Personally, I'd like to see rookie wideout Rueben Randle—who has also been impressive during camp (via NJ.com)—win the position battle and start alongside Nicks and Cruz.
Regardless, whoever wins that third spot is going to be a threat in the red zone because of who they have around them.
Opposing defensive backs will be looking to shut down Nicks and Cruz while linebackers will be looking to contain Martellus Bennett, Ahmad Bradshaw/David Wilson and Henry Hynoski, and somewhere in there, I think the Giants' No. 3 wideout gets lost in the shuffle and becomes a serious red-zone threat in 2012.
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