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Early in camp, it seemed as though David Wilson would split duties with Da'Rel Scott and incumbent Domenik Hixon.
Instead, training camp and the first preseason game against the Jacksonville Jaguars have changed the landscape of the Giants' special teams.
With Hixon attempting to creep up in the rankings among the wide receivers, Jayron Hosley and Wilson have had the opportunity to prove their value in this area.
Hosley showed some promise as a punt returner against the Jaguars, fighting his way to a 20-yard return before muffing a punt later on.
Wilson ripped off a 48-yard kick return, giving himself a sizable advantage in the competition going forward.
Hosley's muffed kick may come back to bite him, resulting in Wilson being the primary kick returner and making Hixon the punt returner thanks to his history.
Punt Returner: Domenik Hixon
Kick Returner: David Wilson