The Pro Day grind shows no signs of slowing down for either the New York Giants or the New York Jets as both teams have scouts and representatives crisscrossing the country to evaluate talent over the past few days, including Monday.
A source tells Metro that at the Middle Tennessee Pro Day last week, Giants sent executive scout Jeremiah Davis along with general manager Jerry Reese to the event (Reese’s presence has been widely reported). Presumably, the Giants duo had to be impressed with what they saw from safety Jeremy Cutrer. A two-time All-Conference USA selection, Cutrer passed the eyeball test and clocked in with a respectable 4.52 time in the 40.
At Monday’s North Carolina State Pro Day, the Jets had a bevy of evaluators on hand. Defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers along with defensive back coach Dennard Wilson were in attendance along with area scout Jay Mandelosi and another scout, Lee Gissendaner.
The Giants had one scout, Steve Verderosa at State’s Pro Day. One of the more interesting names at that Pro Day is safety Josh Jones, who is rising up draft boards after a very solid 2016 in the ACC.
A source tells Metro that both the Giants and Jets were at Monday’s Bowling Green Pro Day, held in the morning.
Metro has also learned that the Giants and the Jets both attended the Syracuse Pro Day on Monday.