Giants add depth at cornerback
The New York Giants have traded up in the third round of the 2021 NFL Draft with the Denver Broncos to select UCF cornerback Aaron Robinson.
The Giants gave the Broncos the 76th overall pick and the fifth round pick that they acquired from the Chicago Bears on Thursday night to move up and take Robinson.
Robinson originally attended the University of Alabama before transferring to UCF. He’s got quite a bit of speed after posting 4.38 forty-yard dash at the UCF pro day.
Robinson is the cousin of Denard Robinson and was a high school teammate of Broncos’ wide receiver Jerry Jeudy.
Many people thought the Giants would take an interior offensive lineman on day two and they were wrong. New York is obviously confident in their line heading into next season.
With veteran Adoree Jackson having a hard time staying healthy when he was with the Tennessee Titans, Robinson gives the Giants some much needed depth.
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