Draft class report

Eli Manning – He's actually been everything advertised and then some. Throws some of the nicest, hardest passes you'll ever see. Manning continues to impress and make you wonder if he actually should start the season opener. It'll be interesting to see how he fares during the preseason.

Chris Snee – His own toughest critic, Snee is coming along nicely. He might just find himself in the starting lineup come opening day. He's pretty fast and does a good job of getting outside quickly while pulling or setting up screens.

Reggie Torbor – There's a lot of excitement surrounding Torbor, an exceptional athlete with terrific pass rush skills and instincts. The faster he learns the defense, the more you'll see number 58 on the field this fall.

Gibril Wilson – Wilson has shown flashes, then reverts back to rookie form, which is understandable. Teammates say he'll do some great things at times, and make some big mistakes at others. Seems to have a decent shot at nabbing the final safety spot.

Jamaar Taylor –We dare you to find someone who's been more impressive this camp than Taylor. He's the real deal as far as size, speed, hands and toughness. Ernie Accorsi said right after the draft that Taylor, taken in the sixth round, could be quite a steal. Accorsi appears to be dead-on.

Drew Strojny – Has the size and feet to play and seems to be picking things up pretty quickly. Has a shot to make his mark on a line hardly deep at tackle.

Isaac Hilton – Athletic rusher has flashed some signs of ability. Like Strojny, this DE is at a position where there's a spot to be had.

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