No one can deny that there's a lot of young talent on both sides of the ball for the NY Giants moving forward. On offense, people can't stop talking about guys like Daniel Jones, Darren Waller, Saquon Barkley and others.
However, we can't forget about the young weapons on the roster either. In particular, both Parris Campbell and Wan'Dale Robinson could be in line for huge seasons in '23. That's exactly what NFL insider Jordan Schultz thinks, as he's mentioned both in his latest piece featuring 10 breakout WRs for fans to keep an eye on:
Wan'Dale Robinson could be in line for a strong 2023 season
"Lateral quickness is paramount for Robinson, who's coming off a torn ACL but is expected to be all systems go Week 1. We saw Robinson's arsenal on full display when he lit up Detroit for 100 yards on nine catches in Week 10 last year. What I love most about him is how tough he plays inside the hashes - you can't teach that. Nor can you teach his equally impressive football acumen, a la the aforementioned (Jahan) Dotson. I've been fortunate to spend time around Robinson and I can tell you he's very smart - he processes information on the field at a rate that contradicts his age and lack of experience. "- Jordan Schultz on Robinson
With Robinson in particular, it's hard not to get excited about his potential. The young WR made a splash last season with his 100-yard game against the Lions, but his torn ACL was heartbreaking to see.
He's been busy this offseason with his rehab and you already know he'll be motivated to have a bounce-back year. He's expected to be close to 100 percent by the time training camp rolls around. We can't wait to see what he can do.
As for Campbell, he's getting ready for his first season with the G-Men after previously playing for the Colts. Campbell is coming off his best season, as he caught 63 balls for 623 yards and three touchdowns.
Campbell signed a one-year deal with the G-Men earlier this offseason and he's another guy who has potential to flourish in Mike Kafka's system. All in all, both Robinson and Campbell have what it takes to be head-turning playmakers for Brian Daboll and Co.