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Notes on New York Giants Rueben Randle and David Wilson
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New York Giants Offensive Coordinator (OC) had positive things to say about 2nd year players WR Rueben Randle and RB David Wilson. Reuben Randle has greatly benefited from getting extra reps with QB Eli Manning during voluntary OTAs and the Offensive Coordinator went on to say that Randle would "see a lot of snaps." While the OC gave David Wilson priase as well, he noted that he isn't "100%" yet since he still makes some mistakes in pass protection. David Wilson will probably be a risky pick this year as Andre Roberts may get cracks at 3rd down. Roberts showed last year that if given carries, he can pile on the yards and TDs. This will be a backfield to monitor. Randle on the other hand looks like a great sleeper pick in the later rounds. All the attention will be given on Nicks and Cruz, but watch out for Randle as he will probably be seeing a lot of single coverage. I've attached highlight videos of both players. Click the side arrows!
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@Goyo In 12 man leagues I would only select Randle as a flier at the end of the draft. In my opinion, in the later rounds you should be going for home runs, so i try to draft as many RBs with upside as possible. I think I would draft Randle in the last round if I were to draft him. In 14 man leagues, he should definitely not be on the waiver wire. The Giants are pretty stacked on offense so we will have to wait and see how many targets he gets, but I have a feeling Cruz and Nicks will get a lot of the defense's attention freeing up Randle and Myers.
@johnlee i agree about taking home run swings in the later rounds. I would personally go with rbs who, as you said, have the chance to bust out this season. Usually i go for rookie rbs