Rising Star: Jalin Hyatt Shines in New York Giants Training Camp
Hyatt’s Unmissable Speed
According to Art Stapleton, Hyatt revealed on Sunday that the Giants’ GPS recorded him reaching a speed of 24 mph “a few times” during his workout sessions in camp.
Excelling in Practice Sessions
Moreover, Hyatt continued his striking performance in Monday’s practice, displaying his exceptional hands and footwork with a skillful toe-tap catch down the sideline.
Surprising Draft Outcome
Hyatt’s fall to the third round in this year’s draft was surprising to many, given his high praise as one of the most promising WR prospects available. His remarkable speed was one of his defining assets entering the draft, and he’s already flaunting it even before the team plays its first preseason game.
Potential WR1 for the Giants
- Giants: Intense receiving matchup could be the key to victory in Week 3
- Giants could make big change at left guard in Week 3
- Giants could unleash offensive weapon for first time this season in Week 3
With his exceptional speed, reliable hands, and burgeoning chemistry with quarterback Daniel Jones, Hyatt could rapidly ascend to the WR1 position on the Giants’ depth chart. The wide receiver role for the New York Giants last season was subject to frequent changes due to a series of injuries. As such, Hyatt evolving into a dependable target for Jones will be key to the upcoming season.
A Glimpse of the Future
As training camp progresses and the preseason looms, it will be thrilling to see more of what Hyatt can deliver. So far, he has certainly made a lasting impression.
Follow this writer on X/Twitter: @DylanBacker_