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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1. WR John Jiles

Now this is an interesting one. The Giants added a mix of offensive talent throughout the draft with the electric playmaker Malik Nabers from LSU, the pass-catching athletic tight end Theo Johnson from Penn State, and the two-way RB/WR Tyrone Tracy Jr. from Purdue. After the draft, the Giants signed a receiver named John Jiles out of West Florida.

Jiles has been on a journey leading up to being signed to the Giants. Last season at West Florida, Jiles put up a 1,255-yard, 16 touchdown season. Jiles is seen as a project, but he has size and the ability to go up and get the ball. He needs to get stronger and win more jump balls, but he could develop given time. The 6-2, 219-pound receiver has an incredible highlight reel.

He has long arms and a jaw dropping catch radius. If he could be a jump ball specialist type for the Giants, MAYBE he would see playing time, but Jiles could benefit greatly if the Giants are able to keep him stashed on their practice squad for a season or two. Keep an eye on this kid.