3. Who will step up at SS with the loss of Julian Love?
While Julian Love may not have been a superstar by any means for the Giants, he was a very impactful player for the team's struggling run defense. Schoen may have brought in several run-stoppers this offseason to make up for the loss, but the answer of who will man the strong safety position still stands.
Currently, ESPN has Jason Pinnock starting at strong safety. Honestly, this is rather surprising considering the personnel the Giants have at the position, but we wouldn't be shocked to see second-year safety Dane Belton man the position at some point.
Belton wasn't perfect last season, but he showed several flashes of excellence in coverage. This could make for a deadly coverage safety duo between him and Xavier McKinney for the long-term future of this team. Belton may have a long ways to go in terms of his ability to stop the run, but we're confident in his abilities to develop into a more well-rounded safety.
Some other wild-card choices for SS this season include Bobby McCain, Trenton Thompson, Alex Cook, or seventh-round rookie Gervarrius Owens. These players likely won't start, but if Belton disappoints or gets hurt, we could see one of them step up and make a name for themselves this season.