1. CB Deonte Banks
This isn't shade towards Banks, as the reason we haven't heard much from him is that he recently graduated from college, which was just great to see. However, now that he's back in New Jersey, it's time for Banks to hit the field and show the world why the Giants held him in such high regard.
When Banks appeared at OTAs, he was running with the second-team defense. This shouldn't come as a surprise as no coach is just going to hand a player a starting spot. Banks knows that he's going to have to earn things.
The Giants are currently on a little break before their next session. Don't be surprised if you hear Banks's name called a ton during this time. These reps will be critical for him to earn confidence as he enters a rookie season in which he is expected to be an instant impact player for a Giants defense that's in desperate need of a consistent outside corner.
Hopefully, we see Banks make some plays in OTA to show what he can do once the season comes around. The role he will play for the defense could help turn the secondary unit from average to one fans can be excited about.