Last updated April 30, 2018, 3:25 PM ET
Two hundred fifty-six names were called in the 2018 NFL Draft, but now, countless more will still get the call from the league, as the Giants and the rest of the NFL takes their pick from a talented batch of undrafted free agents.
Keep in mind that the players linked to the Giants have either been invited on a tryout basis or are intending to sign with the team once htey arrive for the rookie minicamp.
Beginning Saturday night and through the rest of the weekend, we’ll compile who the Giants have added as they go into 2018. Be sure to check back for updates to this list.
WR Davon Grayson, East Carolina-A four year contributor for the Pirates, Grayson set career-high marks in his senior season, his 886 receiving yards ranking eighth in the AAC, recovering well from a back injury that cost him all of the 2016 season. (Source: Ryan Dunleavy)
S Sean Chandler, Temple-A Camden, NJ native, Chandler earned the nickname “Champ”, and rightfully so. His story is one of the most inspiring of the draft, as he went from numerous homeless shelters to freshman captain at Temple.
On the field, he was just as impressive, ending his four-year career with 183 solo tackles (fifth in AAC history) and 10 interceptions, a pair of which were returned for touchdowns. He almost impressed as a punt returner, his 12.2 average topping the conference in 2015. (Source: Josh Norris)
CB Aaron Davis, Georgia-Lorenzo Carter’s fellow defensive championship finalist joins the team after the draft. In four years, he picked up 184 total tackles, 12 pass deflections and five interceptions. (Source: Art Stapleton)
WR Jawill Davis, Bethune-Cookman-The Giants spurned potential receiver help for an FCS quarterback on Saturday, but added an FCS receiver shortly after. Davis earned 106 receptions for 1,692 yards and 10 touchdowns in four years at BCU. (Source: OTG Sports)
CB Grant Haley, Penn State-Saquon Barkley won’t be the only Nittany Lion reporting to rookie minicamp, as the Giants add secondary depth in Haley. He tallied 139 tackles and five interceptions with PSU, but is perhaps best known for taking back a blocked field goal for a touchdown, the game winning score in Penn State’s memorable October 2016 victory over undefeated Ohio State. (Source: Haley)
OL Nick Gates, Nebraska-A redshirt junior, some experts had Gates going as high as the third round. Earning an all-Big Ten honorable mention, Gates was a two sport athlete in high school, playing both football and baseball at Bishop Gorman High School. (Source: Draft Analyst)
C Evan Brown, SMU-At SMU’s pro day Brown turned heads when he put up a 36 inch vertical jump, one of the highest ever recorded for his position group. (Source: Charean Williams)
LB Tae Davis, Chattanooga-Davis was a surprise addition to the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl roster, an honor well deserved as he led the Mocs with 74 tackles, despite missing two games. (Source: WDEF)
TE Stephen Baggett, East Carolina-Another ECU alum signs with the Giants, as Baggett enters a crowded tight end picture. Though his stats aren’t exactly eye-popping, with 18 receptions over four seasons, he impressed at ECU’s pro day, running a 4.5 40-yard-dash. (Source: Baggett)
QB Thomas Sirk, East Carolina-Another young quarterback throws his hat into the ring. A senior transfer, Sirk took part in the rise of Duke football, and has bit of experience when it comes to New York football. In the 2015 Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium, Sirk tallied 155 rushing yards and three total touchdowns in the Blue Devils’ 44-41 victory over Indiana, their first bowl victory since 1960. (Source: Duke Athletics)
RB Rob Martin, Rutgers-Adding a local flair to the undrafted proceedings, Martin will get a pro tryout at rookie minicamp. He leaves Piscataway as the 10th leading rusher in program history (2,274 yards) and scored 18 touchdowns in four seasons. (Source: Ryan Dunleavy)
DT Tyrell Chavis, Penn State-Yet another Nitanny Lion, and another defensive tackle, joins the Giants as a rookie. Working primarily as a one and three-technique tackle, Chavis has some collegiate experience in the New York area, transferring in from Nassau Community College after the 2016 season. (Source: Dan Duggan)
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