Less than two weeks away from the NFL Draft, the Giants continue to get their last looks at the top quarterback prospects with USC's Sam Darnold concluding his visit with the team on Tuesday, SNY's Ralph Vacchiano confirmed.
Monday's visit with Darnold was a dinner, which is being followed by a facility tour on Tuesday. He already had dinner with the Giants brass before meeting with newly appointed head coach Pat Shurmur following his Pro Day in March.
Darnold has touched on the prospect of playing in the Big Apple, specifically with the pressure of wearing a New York jersey carries. He said he wouldn't be scared with the spotlight on him.
"No, it wouldn't scare me," he said. "I dealt with a lot at USC. The market's pretty big at USC, but I'm sure it's not as big as New York. I learned a lot at USC being a communications major."
Darnold also realizes that he will likely sit behind veteran QB Eli Manning to start his NFL career. That wouldn't faze him, though, as he has learned from him in the past.
"I was at the Manning Passing Academy, it was a great opportunity for me to get better, and I learned a lot from Eli," Darnold said. "He's a great guy, great personality, him and Peyton both. ... It would be amazing. If I do get drafted by New York and he was there, it'd be an amazing opportunity to get better."
Darnold completed 63.1 percent of his passes for 4,143 yards, 26 touchdowns and nine interceptions in 14 games in 2017 during his second season as a starter for the Trojans. He finished his collegiate career by completing 26-of-45 passes for 356 yards and an interception in USC's 24-7 loss to Ohio State in the Cotton Bowl on Dec. 29.
After Darnold's visit, the final top quarterback prospect to visit will be Wyoming's Josh Allen, who will go through the same itinerary as Darnold. The Giants have met with Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield and UCLA's Josh Rosen last week.
Wednesday is the final day for teams to conduct their Top 30 visits.