NFL Pro Day 2016: New York Giants Watch These 5 Dark Horse Prospects

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Rutgers Scarlet Knights linebacker Quentin Gause (50). Photo Credit: Evan Habeeb – USA TODAY Sports

We’re about two weeks into the NFL Pro Day 2016 schedule with another 2-3 weeks left. NFL Pro Day is a second chance for college players who attended the NFL Scouting Combine to improve their grades or confirm their scores while other dark horse prospects who couldn’t attend can cause NFL teams to reorganize their draft boards.

Before the NFL free agency period officially started, the majority of NFL Draft experts projected the New York Giants would select Clemson defensive end Shaq Lawson with the tenth overall pick in the first round and bolster their defense throughout the selection process. Even after the Giants historic spending spree in which they addressed the defensive line, cornerback, and linebacker positions, many still believe Big Blue will go with a pass rusher like Lawson (though he was flagged by a couple teams during medical checks for his shoulder) in the first and defense in most other rounds.

So, who are the prospects the Giants are watching and talking to at the various NFL Pro Day events? With the help of WalterFootball.com and Tony Pauline of DraftInsider.net, let’s take a look.

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