The New York Giants wrapped up their top-30 visits with six players arriving at team facilities in East Rutherford on Wednesday.
“To me, the collaboration, it has been outstanding between [Brian Daboll] and his staff. We’ve had pro days. 30 visits. Six guys in the building today that they’re meeting with. They’ve been phenomenal,” general manager Joe Schoen told reporters.
Four of the six players have not yet been identified, but Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports that Houston edge rusher Logan Hall and Oklahoma linebacker Brian Asamoah were among the group.
Schoen said the Giants were hosting six prospects on top-30 visits today (the last day for pre-draft visits). Houston edge rusher Logan Hall and Oklahoma LB Brian Asamoah among the visitors, per sources.
— Dan Duggan (@DDuggan21) April 20, 2022
Hall is certainly an intriguing prospect and one on the rise. He’s widely viewed as a late first-round, early second-round pick — one that might be available to the Giants at No. 36 overall.
Here’s what NFL Network draft guru Lance Zierlein had to say about Hall.
Hard-working, two-year starter with projectable frame and developmental traits whose best positional fit could be in the eye of the beholder. Hall played defensive tackle in college, but his playing style and physical profile are better suited for defensive end in a 3-4 alignment. He’s segmented and a little gradual in his attack, but flashes violent hands and forward charge as an interior rusher. Improvement lies ahead for Hall, but he needs a scheme fit and extended runway as a rotational lineman.
Asamoah, meanwhile, is viewed more as a third-round or mid-round pick. Here is Zierlein’s take on him.
See-ball, get-ball linebacker with an itchy, twitchy trigger and explosive pursuit speed. Asamoah is adequate at reading keys and diagnosing the action with quickness. His pursuit paths to the football are aggressive but they’re lacking in technique to maintain his gap integrity. His playing style is likely to have him around the football more often than not, but consistency in finishing tackles could be an issue for him in the pros. He’s athletic in pass coverage and could stand out on special teams. Asamoah is a 3-4 weakside inside linebacker or a 4-3 Will with the potential to find starting reps down the road.
The Giants have gone a bit scattershot with their top-30 visits but given how thin their roster is, that approach makes sense.
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