Julian Love's rookie season with the Giants was one big experiment.
New York knew that Love was a great coverage player, but with the abundance of young cornerbacks on the roster, they had him transition into a safety. Antoine Bethea was starting next to Jabrill Peppers, so the Notre Dame product had time to work at his new position before injuries threw him into the mix. Five starts later, Love did pretty well.
Now heading into the 2020 season, Bethea is gone and that spot next to Peppers is wide open. So his goal his quite clear for his sophomore campaign.