1. WR Binjimen Victor
Binjimen Victor was signed as an undrafted free agent by the NY Giants following the 2020 NFL Draft. Victor played his collegiate ball at Ohio State, where he recorded 83 receptions for 1,380 yards and 18 touchdowns in his college career.
He averaged 16.1 yards per catch and excelled at gaining yards after the catch in Columbus.
At 6’4″ and almost 200-pounds, Victor is a big-bodied receiver who could represent a red zone wide receiving target for the NY Giants, something they currently lack on their roster. The knocks on Victor were that he lacked physicality and that he had issues with drops while playing for the Buckeyes. Those factors likely led to him going undrafted.
In the first scrimmage of the season for the NY Giants, Victor made a couple of nice catches on throws from backup quarterback Colt McCoy.
One of the catches that Victor made set up a touchdown to tight end Eric Tomlinson on the ensuing play. Given the need for a big red zone target on the roster, if Binjimen Victor can show the ability to be a reliable pass catcher, he has a solid chance of making the roster.
Chances he makes the final roster: 50%