The Giants have become the latest team to announce their UDFA signings. Here are the players they have brought in to fill out their offseason roster:
- TE Austin Allen, Nebraska
- RB Jashaun Corbin, Florida State
- S Yusuf Corker, Kentucky
- DT Jabari Ellis, South Carolina
- CB Darren Evans, LSU
- LB Tomon Fox, North Carolina
- CB Zyon Gilbert, Florida Atlantic
- FB Jeremiah Hall, Oklahoma
- DT Christopher Hinton, Michigan
- TE Andre Miller, Maine
- G Josh Rivas, Kansas State
- S Trenton Thompson, San Diego State
- DT Antonio Valentino, Florida
Before the team confirmed these signings, reports had come out regarding guaranteed money for some of them. The biggest investment was made into Hinton, who will receive $100K in base salary, coupled with a $15K signing bonus, per Dan Duggan of the Athletic (Twitter link). In three seasons with the Wolverines, he played a rotational role, making a career-high 32 tackles this season for the Big Ten champions.
Duggan also reports that Corbin will likewise receive $100K in base pay, along with a $10K signing bonus. After two years at Texas A&M, he transferred to Florida State. His first year with the Seminoles saw him produce 516 scrimmage yards and five touchdowns, but he took a step forward this season. In 2021, he led the ACC in yards per carry with 6.2, showcasing on a number of occasions his home-run ability with long touchdown runs en route to earning Third-Team all-conference honors. He will compete with Antonio Williams, Gary Brightwell and Sandro Platzgummer for the final spots on the depth chart behind Saquon Barkley and Matt Breida.