4 UDFAs for NY Giants fans to watch at training camp

They might not have been drafted, but they have a chance to turn heads at training camp.
Oregon State v Oregon
Oregon State v Oregon / Tom Hauck/GettyImages
3 of 4

2. Dante Miller

Dante "Lil Turbo" Miller isn't a name that everyone knows, but he has a chance to change that in training camp. Miller is an undrafted free agent running back out of South Carolina. Miller enters a crowded running backs room, but just like the case elsewhere, he has a real chance to make this team. The Giants have three running backs that more than likely have a spot locked up in newly signed running back Devin Singletary, second-year running back Eric Gray, and newly drafted rookie Tyrone Tracy Jr.

If the Giants only decide to go with four backs, Miller will have to beat out newly signed running back Jacob Saylors and former Florida State Seminoles running back Jashaun Corbin. Saylors was one of the best backs in the UFL this past spring and earned himself an opportunity. Corbin is a second-year running back in his second stint with the New York Giants. Miller is going to have to stand out from Saylors and Corbin if he wants a shot at being on this team.

Miller has something that neither Corbin nor Saylors have: elite game breaking speed. You can't coach the type of speed Miller has. Miller ran an insane 4.27 40-yard dash. No other running back in that Giants group has near that type of speed. Miller also offers some versatility as a return specialist, which Corbin also has handled. If Miller can show off that explosiveness, he'll make it very hard for the coaching staff to let him walk out the door.