5 Unheralded Players Poised to Break Out for New York Giants in 2013-14

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5 Unheralded Players Poised to Break Out for New York Giants in 2013-14
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Is David Wilson, the Giants' 2012 first-round pick, ready to break out as the team's featured running back?

The New York Giants underwent enough roster turnover this offseason that the need for breakout players is critical to their chances of getting back into the playoffs. The departure of veterans like Ahmad Bradshaw, Osi Umenyiora and Michael Boley means that younger, unproven commodities such as David Wilson, Damontre Moore and Keith Rivers will be counted on to step up.

The following slides will detail five Giants who are in prime position to make a name for themselves in 2013. We are only looking at unheralded players, so in order to qualify, they can’t be a rookie drafted in the first or second round (sorry Justin Pugh and Johnathan Hankins) or a player who made an impact in 2012 at the position he is expected to break out at this season.

Furthermore, to provide some intrigue, the players are ranked in order of how likely they are to break out—from least to most probable. Now that the parameters have been set, let’s dig into the list.

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