5 NY Giants with the most to prove during training camp

• Training camp is here for the NY Giants and fans are thrilled

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NY Giants training camp is officially here and people can't wait to see what this team will be able to get done starting on Wednesday. The vibes are high now that Saquon Barkley is in town, as we can now put the contract drama behind us.

With that said, these five Giants enter training camp with a lot to prove. If they can perform at a high level and keep the mistakes at a minimum over the next few weeks, then people will have much more confidence in their abilities leading up to Week 1:

5. CB Aaron Robinson

While he has shown a good amount of promise thus far, Aaron Robinson has appeared in just 11 games through his first two seasons. With all of the up-and-coming corners on the Giants' roster, Robinson may not have much time to prove that he can be a consistent contributor on this team.

Robinson already has guys like Adoree' Jackson and Deonte Banks playing over him. However, guys like Cor'Dale Flott and Darnay Holmes are receiving more attention than him leading up to camp. Robinson is coming off a serious knee injury, which will be something to monitor closely.

Robinson must stay healthy and consistent. If he does, then he'll put himself in a position to earn the trust of both head coach Brian Daboll and defensive coordinator Wink Martindale. There's still plenty of promise for Robinson to be a good player, he just HAS to stay healthy

With the Giants looking to push for another playoff appearance, they cannot afford to keep waiting on a third-round pick to develop. It won't take very long for Joe Schoen to find his replacement unless Robinson shows out in training camp and the preseason.

UPDATE: It has been announced that Robinson will start camp on the PUP list with his knee injury. Let's hope he can get on the field soon. Wan'Dale Robinson, Sterling Shepard, Jamison Crowder, A'Shawn Robinson, Marcus McKethan and DJ Davidson are also on the list.