4 undrafted free agents who will make a splash at NY Giants training camp
By Zak Musso
1. FB Jeremiah Hall
Maybe the most unknown player on this list, Jeremiah Hall could make the Giants roster for one reason, his versatility. Every coaching staff loves players who can play more than one position and Hall fits right into that category. In college at Oklahoma, Hall lined up as a running back, tight end, and fullback.
Hall caught 68 passes for 757 yards and 12 touchdowns in college, and ran for 53 yards and a touchdown. Leading up to the NFL draft, the draft network summarized Hall’s abilities:
"“Hall is a high-effort player that works really hard as a blocker in the run game and in pass protection. Athletically, Hall is a limited player and lacks length, but he does a good job of working within his frame. Hall finished the 2021 season with his most production as a receiver, hauling in 32 receptions and four touchdowns. In the NFL, Hall will be best served as a tight end/H-back hybrid that will thrive off of aggressive defense in play-action situations where he can manage to slip out and get open.”"
Hall could be an ideal fit on the roster and stand out in training camp while getting snaps at tight end, running back, and potentially even the fullback position – which the Giants offense will likely not roster.