7 under-the-radar NY Giants targets to watch at the NFL Combine
By Reese Nasser
5. Cincinnati WR Tyler Scott
Wide receiver will also be a point of emphasis for this Giants offense in the offseason. With Kenny Golladay more than likely on his way out, Darius Slayton now a free agent, and the recent void contract for Sterling Shepard, this team must add depth to the position.
A player such as Cincinnati’s Tyler Scott could be an intriguing option later in the draft. With a strong outing at the Combine, Scott could fly up draft boards. And based on what he has shown so far, he could end up being one of the biggest surprises.
In his final season at Cincinnati, Scott proved to be one of the most versatile pass-catchers in the nation. In just 12 games he managed to set career highs across the board. Scott finished his 2022 season recording 54 receptions for 899 receiving yards and nine receiving touchdowns.
With his game-changing speed, Scott was a go-to option in the Bearcats passing attack. He was able to stretch the field in a way that elevated the offense. By adding him to the offense, the Giants could gain a game-changing pass catcher. This kid has serious wheels and solid hands. He’d be a great new option for Daniel Jones.