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The following undrafted rookies are under the microscope at training camp:
TE Xavier Grimble
The Giants are without a stellar option at tight end, and that has afforded Grimble a veritable shot to make the team. The 21-year-old USC product is behind Larry Donnell and Daniel Fells on the depth chart. Grimble risks falling even further behind if he remains hampered by his current hamstring injury.
Progress Report: Stock dropping.
DT Kelcy Quarles
Everything has been quiet on the Quarles front. He was quite a disruptive force next to Jadeveon Clowney at South Carolina, but in New York he has not made much noise in camp. With Markus Kuhn and Mike Patterson both surging, things at defensive tackle are looking pretty crowded. Third-rounder Jay Bromley will likely force Quarles out of the 53-man roster.
Progress Report: Invisible.
K Brandon McManus
As good as Josh Brown's 2013 season was (converted 23 of 26 attempts), McManus has a strong enough leg to steal his job. While Brown took the extra-point attempts, McManus successfully attempted New York's only field goal of the Hall of Fame Game—a 47-yarder that split the uprights.
Progress Report: Picking up steam.
WR Corey Washington
Washington is the Giants' tallest receiver at 6'4". However, as a Division-II product from Newberry College, he must be electric to grab and hold the attention of the coaching staff. He's off to a good start after reeling in a 73-yard touchdown heave from Ryan Nassib during Sunday's preseason opener.
Progress Report: Next Victor Cruz?
LB Dan Fox
Originally, Fox was a player that some thought could be a pleasant surprise at linebacker. Although few negative reports have surfaced regarding Fox's play, he has seemingly slipped from the consciousness of those who once promoted him. Fox graded out poorly for his performance versus the Buffalo Bills, per Pro Football Focus (via Ed Valentine of Big Blue View).
Progress Report: Forgotten.
All roster and depth chart information courtesy of Giants.com.