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Week 17New York Giants News2019 NFL DraftWhy the Giants selected Dexter
Lawrence, Deandre BakerNew,130commentsDave Gettleman, Pat Shurmur give their
reasoningEDTShareTweetShareShareWhy the Giants selected Dexter Lawrence, Deandre
BakerChristopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY SportsEntering the 2019 NFL Draft the New
York Giants knew that they had to add talent to their defense. GM Dave Gettleman
said a number of times the team didn’t have enough defensive play makers last
season, and would have won more games during a 5-11 season if it could have made
some late-game stops.After trading away Olivier Vernon, and losing Landon
Collins, Kerry Wynn, Josh Mauro, Mario Edwards and Connor Barwin, you knew the
Giants would emphasize defense in the draft.Thus B.J. Hill Jerseys Stitched , Gettleman used the 17th overall pick on monstrous defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence and engineered a trade up to select cornerback
Deandre Baker with the 30th pick. Both should be instant starters.Here is what
Gettleman and coach Pat Shurmur said about the two defensive players.Dexter
LawrenceGettleman: “We got me a hog mollie! Dexter Lawrence, he might have been
the biggest player in the draft, I don’t know. He’s a quality run player and
he’s more than just a two-down run player. This kid can push the pocket and he
can have an impact on the pass rush. That’s why we took him at 17 and we are
thrilled ... He’s versatile, he’s got hips, he can flip to rush the passer and
we are thrilled to have him.”Shurmur: “Dexter, I was with (Vikings DT) Linval
Joseph, who all of you know, in Minnesota and he sort of reminded me of him.
He’s sneaky with the pass rush, but he’s really good on first, second down and
the run game stuff. Tremendous human being and he’s a big guy and I think you
win with big people.”Gettleman on Lawrence’s lack of pass rush productivity in
college ...“Here’s what I want you to understand. This is where numbers don’t
tell all the story. Defensive tackles can affect the pass rush if they get
consistent inside push. How many times have you guys watched a game, and the
ends come screaming off the corner, and the quarterback steps up White Eli Manning Jerseys , and there’s nobody there. You get inside pass rush, those ends come screaming off the corner, they’re going to affect it, and if the guy
is getting push, the quarterback is going to step up and Dexter will give him a
kiss.”On not getting an edge rusher with any of the first three picks ...“Rome
wasn’t built in a day. Oh and by the way, (LB) Lorenzo Carter had 5.5 sacks last
year.”Deandre BakerGettleman: “The last guy we traded up for we feel is the best
cover corner in the draft, the kid from Georgia, Deandre Baker. We feel like we
got three guys that are going to impact this franchise for a long time.”Shurmur:
“Dave did it, he got Deandre Baker. He’s a cover corner. The thing that
impressed me most on tape was how stinking competitive he is. He’s very
confident and he’s very competitive and I think when he’s faced with a challenge
of a good wide out, he’s going to accept the challenge.” Hill showed glimpses of
that ability in 2018" New York Giants NewsGiants’ 90-man roster: Giants hoping
B.J. Hill continues to grow as a pass rusherNew,47commentsHill showed glimpses
of that ability in 2018EDTThe New York Giants are counting on a young, versatile
group of linemen to anchor their 3-4 defense in 2019. Second-year man B.J. Hill
is a key member of that group. Let’s take a closer look at Hill as we continue
our player-by-player look at the 90-man roster the Giants will bring to training
camp.The basicsHeight: 6-foot-3Weight: 311Age: 24Position: Defensive
lineExperience: 1How he got hereHill was taken by the Giants in the third round
of the 2018 NFL Draft Eli Manning Jerseys 2019 , arriving out of N.C. State as a collegiate nose tackle who had only eight career sacks in four years and was considered “a
marginal pass rusher.”Hill ended up not playing the nose, or shade, for the
Giants. Rather, he was a defensive end in the Giants’ base 3-4 and a tackle when
they aligned in a 4-3 set. He finished the season with a surprising 5.5 sacks,
three of which came in one game against the Chicago Bears. Per Pro Football
Focus, Hill had 27 pressures in 356 pass rushing snaps. Hill’s PFF pass rush
productivity rating of 5.1 was 22nd among 46 qualifying interior defensive
linemen. Hill finished 44th out of 134 qualifying defensive linemen with a 7.9
run stop percentage.2019 outlook Hill is entrenched as a starter in the Giants’
base 3-4 front. He will give the Giants run defense, athleticism and the
versatility they seek to line up in various spots along their front. What
remains to be seen is whether he can give them pass rush, or if the three-sack
game last season was an outlier.
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