As the Giants began their rookie mini-camp on Friday, all the attention was on Daniel Jones, but there was another quarterback who raised some intrigue.
That was Syracuse's Eric Dungey.
Dungey was not just there to get in reps as a quarterback, but he was also listed as a tight end as he tries to find a way to make an NFL roster.
"I just want to be able to compete, that's what makes me the best," he said, per The Associated Press. "Daniel [Jones] is a great quarterback but like I said, coach offered me an opportunity to play multiple positions and a chance to play quarterback. If I can do that and learn the offense to the best of my ability, I am looking forward to doing everything I can to help out."
Dungey, 6-foot-4, 227-pounds, displayed his athleticism at Syracuse as a dual-threat quarterback who threw for 9,340 yards but also rushed for 1,993 yards on 543 carries.
It remains to be seen whether or not he could be a legitimate quarterback or fully transition to tight end, but could he have a role with the Giants as a quarterback/receiver/rusher a la Taysom Hill of the New Orleans Saints?
"That was one of the things [head coach Pat Shurmur] talked to me about," Dungey said.
The Saints used Hill, 6-foot-2, 221 pounds, sporadically throughout last season to run a wildcat offense. He rushed 37 times for 196 yards and two touchdowns and also lined up as a tight end 49 times and targeted seven times for three catches.
He also proved valuable on special teams and was used to convert a fake punt against the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Divisional playoff game.
Dungey's athleticism could certainly put him into a similar role with the Giants.
"He obviously made a lot of plays with his feet," Shurmur said, per NJ Advanced Media. "He's one of those guys that we sort of had our eye on throughout the draft. I think he's a good football player.
"Usually, there's a place on the field for guys that can play football. So we'll just keep working with him and see what happens. We wanted to bring him in, look at him as a quarterback, and just see how this grows."