There was Georgia OL Cordy Glenn, TE Coby Fleener of Stanford, Alabama LB Courtney Upshaw and WRs Stephen Hill of Georgia Tech and Rueben Randle of LSU. In the end it turned out to be RB David Wilson of Virginia Tech, an explosive runner the Giants hope can spell the oft-injured Ahmad Bradshaw.
From Dane Brugler - CBSSports.com.....
Inside: Tough guy to bring down and almost always gets positive yardage when he lowers his pads and gets north/south. Still very raw as an inside runner, running too indecisive and struggling to find running room at the LOS ... wavers and hesitates too much when the clear opening isn't there and ends up going east/west for a loss. Lacks natural instincts with questionable vision and awareness to feel blocks and press the hole. Will slow down prior to contact and leave yardage on the field.
Outside: A smooth, explosive athlete who accelerates quickly downfield with a rare extra gear that he can reach in a hurry ... can really turn on the jets. Shows the flexibility and balance to bend and stay on his feet while avoiding tackles. He has a strong plant foot with some shiftiness to catch defenders off balance and routinely gets to the second level ... squirmy and tough.
Breaking tackles: Has a strong, compact build with good muscle mass on his body ... generates power from his frame. He is physical with the strength to run through contact, keeping his legs churning and carrying defenders. Won't go down easy and picks up a lot of yardage after initial contact.
Blocking: Limited experience as a pass protector and needs extensive work on his technique.
Receiving: Has only average ballskills out of the backfield and wasn't used a lot as a receiver in college. At his best on bubble screens to get him on the outside with a head of steam.
Intangibles: Runs at full speed on every play with full effort and determination ... high energy player and doesn't cheat himself. Has suspect ball security with several fumbles over his career, holding the ball too loose.