4 NY Giants UDFAs who could steal a 53-man roster spot

Just because the draft is over doesn't mean the Giants are done making moves.
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The NFL Draft might have come and gone, but the NY Giants and general manager Joe Schoen are far from being done making moves. Once the draft wrapped up, Schoen and Co. wasted no time in trying to land some talented undrafted free agents, which are moves no one can sleep on.

Just ask the Giants about Victor Cruz. Schoen has added some interesting prospects as undrafted free agents to go along with his draft picks, and there are a few who have a good chance to steal a roster spot from a player currently on the Giants roster. Here are four to keep an eye on moving forward:

4. DT Casey Rogers

Casey Rogers is a defensive tackle from Oregon. After three years at Nebraska, Casey transferred to Oregon and played well on both defense and special teams during his time at the Autzen Zoo. While he won't wow you with stats, the 6-4 294-pound lineman has some game.

The former lacrosse player is light on his feet and shows good ability at getting in gaps and being disruptive at times. He is good as a run stuffer and has shown some potential as a pass-rusher - though he is inconsistent right now in that aspect. Rogers was also known for being a key special teamer for Oregon. Search him on YouTube and you'll see the big man rumble down the field for an 18-yard gain after catching a fake punt.

After Dexter Lawerence, Rakeem Nunez- Roches, and newly signed Jordan Phillips, the Giants have some competition on the backend for the last couple of spots on the interior. Third-year player D.J Davidson and second-year player Jordon Riley are going to be in for some stiff competition with Rogers.