New York Giants Depth Chart

  • HC: Joe Judge
  • OC: Jason Garrett
  • DC: Patrick Graham
  • ST: Thomas MCGaughey
Updated: 10/25/2021 7:40PM ET
Pos No. Player 1 No Player 2 No Player 3 No Player 4 No Player 5
Offense
OFF          
LWR19Golladay, Kenny U/Det86Slayton, Darius 19/515Johnson, Collin W/Jax12Ross III, John U/Cin84Sills V, David SF19
RWR3Shepard, Sterling 16/289Toney, Kadarius 21/113Pettis, Dante W/SF13Pettis, Dante W/SF
LT74Peart, Matt 20/379Cunningham, Korey SF21
LG68Bredeson, Ben T/Bal00Martin, Wes P/Was
C69Price, Billy T/Cin67Skura, Matt SF21
RG71Hernandez, Will 18/268Bredeson, Ben T/Bal
RT76SOLDER, NATE U/NE74Peart, Matt 20/3
TE88Engram, Evan 17/1
TE82Smith, Kaden W/SF80RUDOLPH, KYLE CC/Min
QB8Jones, Daniel 19/12GLENNON, MIKE U/Jax
RB26Barkley, Saquon 18/128Booker, Devontae U/LV37Brightwell, Gary 21/6
FB39Penny, Elijhaa P/Arz36Gillaspia, Cullen SF21
Defense
DEF          
DT99Williams, Leonard T/NYJ91Johnson III, Raymond CF21
NT98Johnson, Austin U/Ten75Shelton, Danny CC/Det
DE97Lawrence II, Dexter 19/195Roche, Quincy W/Pit
SAM59Carter, Lorenzo 18/347Brown, Cam 20/6
RILB55Ragland, Reggie U/Det52Coughlin, Carter 20/7
WLB48Crowder, Tae 20/7
OLB53Ximines, Oshane 19/351Ojulari, Azeez 21/2
LCB24Bradberry, James U/Car27Jackson, Josh T/GB34Beal, Sam 18 S/3
SS21Peppers, Jabrill T/Cle20Love, Julian 19/443EBNER, NATE SF21
FS23RYAN, LOGAN SF2029McKinney, Xavier 20/2
RCB22Jackson, Adoree` CC/Ten30Holmes, Darnay 20/431Crossen, Keion T/Hou
Special Teams
ST          
PT9Dixon, Riley T/Den
PK5GANO, GRAHAM SF20
LS58KREITER, CASEY U/Den
H9Dixon, Riley T/Den
PR21Peppers, Jabrill T/Cle22Jackson, Adoree` CC/Ten89Toney, Kadarius 21/1
KR21Peppers, Jabrill T/Cle89Toney, Kadarius 21/1
Practice Squad
PS          
PS38Williams, Jarren CB93Harris, Trent OB00Cobb, Omari OB00Kelly II, Derrick OG49Hausmann, Jake TE
PS6Lewerke, Brian QB00Hollman, Ka'dar CB57Lalos, Niko DE00McKinney, Benardrick IB00Toivonen, Travis WR
PS34Platzgummer, Sandro RB/EX96Moa, David DT00Hamilton, Woodrow NT00Wilson, Isaiah OT00Hamilton, Devery OT
PS41Myarick**, Chris TE38Parker, Steven SS
Reserves
RES          
RES85TOILOLO, LEVINE IR35Brunson, TJ IR39Kalu, Joshua IR60Murphy, Kyle IR28Wilson, Quincy IR
RES44John, Rysen IR94Smith, Elerson IR/DFR33Robinson, Aaron PUP64HARRISON, JONOTTHAN PS/INJ66Lemieux, Shane IR
RES65Gates, Nick IR18Board, CJ IR54Martinez, Blake IR25Williams, Rodarius IR46Hilliard, Justin IR
RES78Thomas, Andrew IR
RES73FULTON, ZACH RET00LOONEY, JOE RET

Analysis

What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about KADARIUS TONEY before he made the New York Giants' Depth Chart: Florida, 5111 189 4.38. One-year starter, Mobile, AL. Was a key part of the offense all four years. First-team All SEC in 2020. He saved his best for last as a senior. Broke out in a big way and finally translated potential into real production. Did more in 2020 than his three previous seasons combined, partially because of the amount of talent the Gators had ahead of him on depth chart before this past fall. Has joystick quickness and change of direction whether he is running routes or carrying the ball. He is the kind of guy that can miss contact in the phone booth and will always fight for more yards. Plays bigger and tougher than his frame suggests. It will be hard to find a more competitive spark plug than him. There are concerns around character and durability and he needs a specific role. The right offensive mind can make him a dangerous weapon though, one that can really elevate an offense as a whole. Seems to have it out for his opponent week in, week out. Plays with tremendous quickness and burst. Shows a different gear in small spaces when it comes to putting his foot in the ground and changing direction. Hard guy to touch, let alone grab a hold of and bring down. A gadget player who can be used in a variety of ways. Had 120 catches, 66 rushing attempts, and 28 returns over his career. Will break tackles almost every time he gets his hands on the ball. Contact balance is top-shelf. Can take a hit, recoil, and move on as if never happened. Can make tacklers miss in a phone booth. Has a different level of toughness and grit. Still raw as a route runner. Needs to be kept in the slot and/or backfield. A short area route runner that relies on the agility and quickness more than a skill set and proper techniques. Long speed can be caught from behind. Immature on and off the field. Needs to handle his emotions better and know how to use them for an advantage. Has suffered multiple injuries over his entire career, causing missed games/ action. Plays a style that his body type may not support. Inconsistent hand catcher. 2020 stats: 70-984, 14.1 ypr, 10 TD, 11-139 PR, 12.6 avg, 1 TD, 7-155 KOR, 22.1 avg. Second/third round. (A-30 1/ 2, H-9 1/2, VJ-39.5, SS-4.23).