Jalin Hyatt set to visit Giants

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The Giants were one of the teams discussed as being in the mix for wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., but Beckham signed with the Ravens on Easter Sunday and that leaves the Giants to look elsewhere for help in their passing game.

Jalin Hyatt could be a contender for that role. Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports that the former Tennessee wideout will be visiting with the team on Wednesday.

Hyatt caught 41 passes over his first two seasons with the Volunteers before breaking out with 67 receptions, 1,267 yards, and 15 touchdowns last year. Those 15 touchdowns were tied for second in the country.

The Bills and Cowboys are among the other teams that have visited with Hyatt, who is often listed as a first-round pick in the mock drafts that dominate the landscape in the weeks leading up to the draft.

2 responses to “Jalin Hyatt set to visit Giants

  1. If the Giants aren’t planning on moving up in the draft, there’s no way he’s sitting there at number 25. Our new GM said he wasn’t shopping in the bargain bin again, and yet, he did just that at the WR position.

    A trade is still possible, but unlikely. Daniel Jones will now enter year 5 with a dollar tree receiving core again. Waller won’t have the impact some think if there’s are no threats on the outside. Jones should be seething.

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