New York Giants Undrafted Free Agents: Tracking the Latest Signings

Brad Gagnon@Brad_GagnonFeatured Columnist IVApril 1, 2017

New York Giants Undrafted Free Agents: Tracking the Latest Signings

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    The New York Giants weren't done adding prospects when they made the second-to-last pick of the NFL draft Saturday evening. The undrafted free-agent floodgates opened soon thereafter, and now we're getting to see who will fill out Big Blue's roster during organized team activities and training camp.

    And who knows, some of these guys could end up on the final roster.

    Here, we'll bring you the additions as they''re reported and announced.

LSU TE Chase Clement

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    Source: Clement's Twitter account

    It'll be tough to crack the top three on New York's tight end depth chart, but some thought the Giants would take a tight end in the draft, so there's room for a guy who has plenty to prove after failing to produce much in the SEC.

Charleston Southern CB Charles James

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    Source: James' Twitter account

    I was shocked the Giants didn't draft a cornerback after Corey Webster struggled throughout the 2012 campaign. Really, no corner except Prince Amukamara is above being cut so a big spring and summer for James could land him on the roster.

Virginia Tech OLB Alonzo Tweedy

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    Source: Virginia Tech Football on Twitter

    Tweedy is a special-team stud who visited the Giants earlier this month. I think New York would love to add him, but it has to see if he can contribute to some degree on defense.

Ohio State LB Etienne Sabino

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    Source: Sabino's Twitter account

    Big opportunity for Sabino, who many expected to be drafted out of Ohio State. The kid was a solid tackler with the Buckeyes, which is something New York's thin linebacking corps could use. The Giants lost all three starting linebackers (one to the line) and didn't draft a single one.

Mount Union LB Charles Dieuseul

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    Source: Mount Union Raiders on Twitter

    Charles Dieuseul wasn't as highly touted as Etienne Sabino, but the Giants need bodies in that linebacking corps and there's a chance for anyone to emerge and grab a backup spot after some offseason departures.

Virginia Tech WR Marcus Davis

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    Source: SNY

    Davis put up some pretty stellar numbers in his senior year with the Hokies, and the Giants didn't add any receivers in the draft. This is a type of guy who could emerge to compete for the No. 5 wide receiver spot.

South Carolina RB Kenny Miles

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    Source: SNY

    Miles wasn't able to do a whole lot in relief of Marcus Lattimore, averaging just 3.5 yards per carry in his senior season at South Carolina. The Giants already have plenty of backs, so he's probably a camp body.

Louisville RB Jeremy Wright

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    Source: SNY

    What's with all the running backs? Big Blue also drafted Michael Cox out of Massachusetts in the seventh round. With David Wilson and Andre Brown locked in, Miles and Wright will have a tough time cracking the roster.