Ohio Point out quarterback Dwayne Haskins isn’t the only player dreaming in blue, as Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray shared some of his own thoughts on enjoying for the New York Giants on Friday at the 2019 NFL Mix.
“OB, Shep, Engram, Saquon, I feel me in that program with all those fellas can be pretty hazardous,” Murray explained by way of NJ Advance Media. “At the identical time, I really do not get to choose in which I go. If that had been the circumstance, I’d enjoy to be in that condition. I’d enjoy to be in New York. But, I really do not decide myself, so. . .”
Murray seemed like an not likely target of the Giants just a handful of months in the past, perceived as “too small” right up until head mentor Pat Shurmur walked back that notion and praised the Heisman Trophy winner.
“Quarterbacks come in all designs and dimensions,” explained Shurmur. “I really do not know what is too small. Russell Wilson is 5-foot-10.
“When you watch [Murray] on tape he is an fantastic player. For a sub-6-foot player, he only experienced 5 balls batted down. You’ve acquired to actually glimpse at the player, how he competed, how he served his crew get video games. You’ve acquired to glimpse at all of it, aspect it in and determine if that player is for you.”
Of training course, it is most likely that the Giants would have to trade up in the 2019 NFL Draft if they wished to find Murray, who experienced not met with the crew as of Friday night.
Even though now entirely dedicated to soccer, Murray won’t throw at the Mix, leaving the Giants in the dim a bit right up until his Pro Day. But like Dwayne Haskins before him, the crew at minimum is aware of if they had been to draft him, he’d be on board with sitting at the rear of Eli Manning right up until the time is appropriate, which is verify in the favourable column.