2. Wan’Dale Robinson
Many people were left scratching their heads when the Giants took Wan’Dale Robinson in the second round in the 2022 draft, but as anyone who has watched Robinson at Kentucky knows, Robinson has the speed and the talent to be an above average NFL player.
Robinson is almost a Toney clone – a smaller wide receiver with game breaking speed. With Sterling Shepard still working to return from his Achilles injury, Robinson opened up training camp at the starting slot receiver in the Giants’ offense.
With Mike Kafka coming over from Kansas City, fans can expect a blend of aspects of the Chiefs offense, including screen passes, push passes, and handing the ball off to the young stars, Toney and Robinson.
If the early part of training camp tells us anything, it’s that Robinson is going to play a big part in the Giants 2022 offense. He’s never going to be the biggest guy on the field, but Robinson’s wheels are truly impressive. Kafka will find ways to get creative to have him showcase his stuff consistently this fall.