The New York Giants were quite busy on Saturday, having sent their scouts all across the country to take in various college games.
The highlight of the night was, of course, a matchup between Florida and Kentucky which pitted two top quarterback prospects, Anthony Richardson and Will Levis, against one another.
Although neither player was particularly impressive on the night, the Giants had general manager Joe Schoen, director of player personnel Tim McDonnell and assistant director of player personnel Dennis Hickey on hand.
A lot of NFL execs in Gainesville tonight to see Will Levis and Anthony Richardson.
The #Giants reserved 3 spots for their brain trust:
Joe Schoen, GM
Tim McDonnell, Dir. of Player Personnel
Dennis Hickey, Asst. Dir. of Player Personnel
— Dane Brugler (@dpbrugler) September 10, 2022
In addition to Florida and Kentucky, Schoen also spent the early part of his Saturday in Austin watching Texas and Alabama.
— GIANTS CARTE BLANCHE (@michael_silbs) September 10, 2022
14 NFL teams have scouts/representation in Austin for today's game between Texas and Alabama. Cardinals, Packers, Lions and Giants each have two people here. #HookEm
— Jeff Howe (@JeffHowe247) September 10, 2022
But that wasn’t it for the Giants. In addition to those two games, they also sent scouts to Army-UTSA, Utah-Southern Utah and Baylor-BYU.
— John Coon (@johncoonsports) September 11, 2022
— John Coon (@johncoonsports) September 10, 2022
Want to be an NFL scout?
These guys all got here at least 2.5 hours before kick to write reports before going on field during pregame to check out @ArmyWP_Football pass rusher Andre Carter.
Bears, Panthers, Ravens, Commanders, Patriots, Niners, Giants, & Lions all here. pic.twitter.com/PFlg1qBlUK
— Ross Tucker (@RossTuckerNFL) September 10, 2022