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nsive tackles Robert Thomas Color Rush Jersey , so what did they get in Syracuse DT Chris Slayton?"The New York Giants have a solid record of drafting defensive tackles. Whether under Ernie Accorsi, Jerry Reese, or Dave Gettleman, the Giants have generally evaluated defensive tackles well and have had a definite “type.” The Giants simply love big, strong, interior defensive lineman. Those various adjectives absolutely apply to the Giants’ final draft pick, Syracuse defensive tackle Chris Slayton. A mainstay on the Orange’s defensive line, Slayton has been a starter since his freshman season, playing 43 games in the last four years. Considering how consistently solid the Giants have been when scouting the defensive tackle position, Slayton should be given the benefit of the doubt. At the same time, he also isn’t widely known at the national level and it would be a good idea to take a closer look.MeasurablesProsStrong defensive tackle.Works to keep a low pad level.Can be disruptive attacking a single gap. Played 5, 3 Cody Latimer Color Rush Jersey , 1, and 0 technique for Syracuse.ConsHand usage is crude at best. Struggles to get off blocks if his initial rush fails - lacks counter moves.Can throttle down if he gets stuck on a block.Strong, but not particularly explosive or agile.Prospect VideoWhat They’re Saying - Joe Marino (The Draft Network - Scouting Report)What does Chris Slayton bring to the Giants? The Giants aren’t really varying their skill sets much when it comes to their defensive line rotation. Dalvin Tomlinson, B.J. Hill, Dexter Lawrence, and Chris Slayton are all some variation on a big, strong defensive tackle. In that way, Slayton doesn’t really bring anything to the Giants that they don’t already have. Like their other tackles, he is strong player who can be a handful for blockers in one-on-one situations, as well as having some upside as a penetrator in one-gap schemes. While Slayton might not add anything they don’t already have, he could add to their rotation with his ability to play multiple spots in the Giants’ one-gap defense. Slayton will get a chance to show off his strength and impress the Giants during the preseason. If he impresses them, he could help improve their depth and keep the starters from being overworked. Washington’s Bruce Allen disputes the idea that Dave Gettleman knew their draft plans"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections New York Giants NewsGiants Training Camp 2016Giants vs. Eagles 2015 Evan Engram Color Rush Jersey , Week 17New York Giants NewsRedskins’ Bruce Allen: “Dave has no clue what our board looks like”New,429commentsWashington’s Bruce Allen disputes the idea that Dave Gettleman knew their draft plansEDTShareTweetShareShareRedskins’ Bruce Allen: “Dave has no clue what our board looks like”Kirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsAfter the New York Giants selected Duke quarterback Daniel Jones with the sixth overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, Giants’ GM Dave Gettleman said, definitively, that he knew for certain that two other teams were primed to take Jones before the Giants would have a chance to do that at No. 17. Almost immediately after, NFL scuttlebutt provided the Washington Redskins and Denver Broncos as two teams that were hot after Jones. And those teams made sense in the moment. After all, Washington selected Ohio State QB Dwayne Haskins at 15th overall, while the Broncos selected Missouri’s Drew Lock early in the second round.Since then, reports have come out contradicting that belief. Matt Miller of Bleacher Report has said that an AFC executive told him that ”There is no way he was going anywhere else in the top 17 picks.” The executive added that his team, “couldn’t find any team other than the Giants who had Jones ranked in the top two passers.”On Sirus XM NFL Radio Wednesday morning, Duke coach David Cutcliffe backed Gettleman’s assertion that Jones would not have last until the 17th pick.Meanwhile, Dianna Russini of ESPN said on ESPN Radio in New York that “The Redskins and Broncos were never taking Daniel Jones. In Washington Patrick Omameh Color Rush Jersey , some tried to convince ownership they should take Jones but it never was going to happen.”Mike Klis, who covers the Denver Broncos, stated that the Broncos were not interested in Jones, at least not in the first round: Washington team president, Bruce Allen, appeared on the NFL Network and said, “I’m almost positive Dave has no clue what our draft board would be. I don’t know which draft boards he knows, but he doesn’t know ours.”While that is a completely predictable answer — no executive is going on national TV and saying that their draft room is compromised, nor that the player they selected wasn’t who they wanted to draft — it is also pretty definitive. Was Gettleman fed false information? Could there have been other teams looking to trade into the top 16 for Jones? The world may never know.



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