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Keeping track of all the undrafted free agents who have agreed to terms with the New York Giants ahead of the 2020 campaign.

The (virtual) 2020 NFL Draft has officially concluded. Nonetheless, that doesn’t mean players are done finding teams. Now’s the time for organizations around the NFL to land some undrafted free agents who can hopefully make a difference for them in one way or another.

And currently, the New York Giants have reportedly agreed to terms with multiple guys who weren’t in the slate of 255 players taken on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. So with that said, we present to you the Giants 2020 undrafted free agent tracker, where you’ll be able to find all of your Big Blue UDFA news.

Let’s see who New York added to the roster up to this point.

Rhode Island OL Kyle Murphy

Kyle Murphy stands at 6-foot-3, 316 pounds. He played guard, tackle, and center during his collegiate tenure at the University of Rhode Island, portraying much versatility across the line.

He earned first-team All-CAA honors in both his junior and senior campaigns and was a second-team AP All-American this past season.

Maryland RB Javon Leake

Javon Leake rushed for a collegiate career-high 736 yards through 12 games with the Terrapins in 2019. He additionally scored eight touchdowns on the ground and caught nine balls for 55 yards through the air.

He could be a special teams player for Big Blue, at least through the preseason.

Simon Fraser University (British Columbia) WR Rysen John

Rysen John could be the monstrous receiver the Giants need, as he stands at 6-foot-7 and weighs 237 pounds. Before the reported agreement, Big Blue’s tallest receivers — at 6-foot-3 — were Cody Core and David Sills V. Core was mainly a special teams guy while Sills was primarily a practice squad player last year.

In four years with Simon Fraser University in Canada (23 total games), John caught 73 balls for 1,061 yards and 12 touchdowns.

LSU WR Derrick Dillon

Derrick Dillon only played eight games during his redshirt senior season in 2019, having racked up just 202 receiving yards on 15 catches.

Nonetheless, he’s a great athlete who the Giants could use in more ways than one, as shown by his 4.29-second 40-yard dash.

Temple OLB Dana Levine

The Giants recorded just 36 sacks last year and 30 the year prior, so pass-rushing depth will be nothing but a benefit to them.

In 12 games with Temple last season, Dana Levine recorded 5.5 sacks and 11 tackles for loss, both of which were collegiate career-highs.

Dartmouth EDGE Niko Lalos

It’s the same concept here as with the aforementioned Levine, as you can never employ too much depth at a position that’s struggled for a number of years.

Niko Lalos earned first-team All-Ivy League honors in 2019 after recording 35 total tackles, 10 tackles for loss, and 5.5 sacks.

South Carolina TE Kyle Markway

The Giants didn’t draft a tight end this year despite some believing they would. And with Evan Engram‘s injury history and Rhett Ellison’s retirement, depth is necessary at this spot.

In 11 games with South Carolina this past year, Kyle Markway caught 31 balls for 349 yards and two touchdowns. His college teammate, inside linebacker T.J. Brunson, was drafted by the Giants in the seventh round on Saturday.

Ohio State WR Austin Mack

The Giants are agreeing to terms with multiple wideouts, and Austin Mack of The Ohio State University happens to be one of them.

In 11 games for the Buckeyes this past season, Mack caught 27 balls for 361 yards and three touchdowns.

Hampton DB Christian Angulo

Hampton defensive back Christian Angulo earned second-team All-Big South honors this past year.

In 10 games for the Pirates, he racked up 18 total tackles with three picks and 14 pass breakups.

Ohio State WR Binjimen Victor

Binjimen Victor will join Ohio State teammate Austin Mack in East Rutherford.

In 12 games for the Buckeyes this past year, Victor notched 35 receptions for 573 yards and six touchdowns.

Northern Arizona QB Case Cookus

The Giants will continue to add depth behind Daniel Jones by signing of former Northern Arizona quarterback Case Cookus.

Through a dozen games with the Division I FCS program last year, Cookus completed 60.3% of his throws for 4,114 yards, 31 touchdowns, and seven interceptions.

Louisville OL Tyler Haycraft

Just like another Louisville offensive lineman (Mekhi Becton with the New York Jets), Tyler Haycraft is heading to East Rutherford.

The 6-foot-3, 295-pound Haycraft will be looking to impress the coaching staff, more specifically offensive line coach Marc Colombo, in hopes of earning a spot on the roster.

Illinois EDGE Oluwole Betiku Jr.

In 2019, Oluwole Betiku Jr. led the Illinois Fighting Illini with nine sacks and additionally recorded 37 total tackles, 13 tackles for loss, and a pair of fumble recoveries.

He initially played college ball at USC and redshirted the 2018 season due to having hip surgery prior to the campaign. Betiku transferred to Illinois thereafter.

North Carolina OLB Dominique Ross

Dominique Ross racked up 60 combined tackles and 2.5 sacks through 12 games (11 starts) with the Tar Heels last year.

He’ll be learning from fellow outside linebackers Kyler Fackrell and Lorenzo Carter in hopes of making the team.

Central Methodist CB Malcolm Elmore

Malcolm Elmore played his college ball for Central Methodist University, a Division 1 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics program.

In 11 games last year, Elmore recorded 58 total tackles with two tackles for loss, four picks, and five pass breakups.

Mississippi State S Jaquarius Landrews

The dots connected Jaquarius Landrews to the Giants, as he holds that Mississippi State connection with head coach Joe Judge.

Landrews definitely shows versatility from the defensive backfield, having racked up 77 total tackles (45 solo) with one pick and eight passes defended in 2019.

Ryan Honey is a staff writer and host of the Wide Right Podcast.