Rookie camp preview: Rueben Randle
May, 4, 2012
By Ohm Youngmisuk | ESPNNewYork.com
With rookie camp set to begin next weekend, we're taking a look at Scouts Inc.'s breakdown of each New York Giants' draft pick leading up to next Friday's camp. I'll give you my own first impression analysis of the guys when I see them up close next weekend. Rookie camp is next Friday-Sunday.
Here's Scouts Inc.'s breakdown of second-round pick Rueben Randle. On Monday, we'll look at third-round pick Jayron Hosley.
SECOND ROUND: RUEBEN RANDLE, WR, LSU
What he brings: "Randle played in a run-heavy scheme and likely suffered from inconsistent quarterback play. He needs to get better as a route runner, but he has the size, speed and athletic ability to challenge most corners one-on-one. He's strong enough to make plays underneath when he doesn't separate, and athletic enough to compete for jump balls down the field." -- Scouts Inc.
How he fits: "He joins a wide receiver corps that already has pretty good players. He will have to work his way into three- and four-wide receiver sets. The Giants develop their WRs well and Eli Manning will really work with him. His size and ability to run the intermediate routes should give Manning a safe target." -- Scouts Inc.
Tell us what you think of Randle, who you think will win the third receiver spot in camp and Scouts Inc.'s take below.