The New York Giants selected Deandre Baker, Julian Love and Corey Ballentine in the 2019 NFL Draft in an effort to shore up their lacking cornerback depth, and many were quick to project Baker as the team's No. 2. However, as the Giants opened organized team activities on Monday, it wasn't Baker, Love or Ballentine who lined up across from Janoris Jenkins. Rather, it was Sam Beal, the team's third-round pick from the 2018 Supplemental Draft. Beal was a bit of a forgotten man after losing his rookie season to shoulder surgery, but he wasted no time in reminding everyone what he brings to the table on Monday, tipping an early Eli Manning pass that led to an interception during a two-minute drill.
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