4 NY Giants who have impressed at OTAs thus far

These Giants have fans excited for Week 1 to get here.
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With OTAs in full swing, we have gotten a better look at how certain NY Giants players could perform once the 2024 season begins. While it's mostly light drills, it's still nice to see these guys back on the field for the first time since January - while some have been away for even longer than that.

During the times when the media has been allowed at these events, we've heard reports on some Giants who have looked great, and some who have looked less than spectacular. We're here to focus on those who have shined thus far and these four players have been showing out more than others:

4. WR Bryce Ford-Wheaton

Last season, the Giants were robbed of what could have been a productive rookie season from West Virginia product Bryce Ford-Wheaton. The 6-4, 221-pound pass-catcher blew up at the Combine, running a 4.38 40-yard dash while boasting a 41-inch vertical. Unfortunately, though, Ford-Wheaton tore his ACL in the preseason and missed all of 2023.

During his time at West Virginia, Ford-Wheaton flashed all of his athletic traits, alongside some impressive skills as a receiver, catching 62 passes for 675 yards and seven touchdowns his senior year. While Ford-Wheaton definitely has a long way to go in terms of development, seeing him make an impact at OTAs could be a great sign of what's to come in 2024.

If he develops well, Ford-Wheaton could be a real contributor to this Giants' offense. His height, athleticism, and deep-threat skills make the archetype for a great wide receiver, it's just up to Ford-Wheaton to put it all together on the field.