The 2019 offseason is in full swing and the New York Giants are currently in the midst of their first real opportunity to get an up-close and personal look at some of the prospects set to enter the 2019 NFL Draft.
It’s East-West Shrine Game week and that means Giants scouts and executives are working diligently to find the right prospects who can fit into the team’s plan. The East-West Shrine game is set to take place on January 19 at 3:00 p.m. ET. Past notable players in the game include Hall of Fame Bears linebacker Dick Butkus, Bears Hall of Famer Gale Sayers and Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre.
However, what’s equally as important to the actual game itself is the week of practices before it. This week, Giants scouts and executives get to meet with and watch these prospects practice.
The Giants have already met with a host of players and prospects. They also have an advantage when it comes to scouting the East-West Shrine Game prospects because Giants tight ends coach Lunda Wells is coaching the offensive linemen on the East team.
Today, we’ll dive into a preview/outlook of all the players the Giants have ALREADY met with. These are the players you’ll want to keep an eye on if you plan to watch the East-West Shrine game.