Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Another Prospect Of Interest

Rutgers offensive tackle Anthony Davis didn't participate in the school's Pro Day three weeks ago because of a hamstring problem. But yesterday, he did all the drills requested of him during a private workout, which the Giants were conspicuously a part.

It's no surprise that the Giants were well-represented among the 11 teams that observed, since Rutgers is just a short drive from the Meadowlands. Besides, there appears to be some genuine interest in the 6-foot-5, 323-pounder, NFL Draft Scout's fourth-best rated tackle. The natural left tackle is not expected to slip past the top half of the first round, which puts him right in the Giants' sights at No. 15.

Agent Sunny Shah said Davis is "100 percent healthy" now.

Won't be surprised if the Giants have him in for a visit. He wouldn't be counted against their 30 allowed visits because teams can have an unlimited number of players in from local schools.



  1. Looks good on paper, but I heard he has a work ethic issue. Those types of players usually do not get along with TC.

  2. hes perfect for the Giants - a big, brawling O-lineman who has already had the obligatory Giants Rookie hamstring problem.

  3. Davis is a head case, if he stays close to home it will only get worse.

  4. why are there still so many hamstring injuries? There has to be a way to reduce this.