3. WR Jalin Hyatt
After a very quiet preseason opener, Jalin Hyatt bounced back better than we could have imagined. While his numbers may not have been out of this world, he showed exactly what the Giants drafted him for: big play potential.
For the game, Hyatt caught four passes for 35 yards and a touchdown. So while yes, he didn't do too much aside from his TD catch yards-wise, watching him run routes has us excited for what he can do in '23. His TD came after a drop too. Talk about bouncing back in a big way:
Overall, Hyatt looked rather impressive. Even when he didn't have the ball in his hands, he demanded attention from the Panthers' safeties. This will be a pretty big difference-maker in the Giants' offense. New York was in desperate need of a deep threat outside of Darius Slayton. Now, they have that in the form of Hyatt.