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Jalin Hyatt



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142 FPTS

RANK: 67


21 yrs


/ lbs




Healthy for spring practices

Latest Headline: Published 2023-05-07

Hyatt (hamstring) did some drills at rookie minicamp but didn't participate in 7-on-7s, Paul Schwartz of the NY Post reports.

Hyatt hurt his hamstring at the NFL Combine, but only after running a 4.40 and posting a 133-inch broad jump and 40-inch vertical. The rookie third-round pick reportedly is working on gaining weight after checking in at only 176 pounds at the combine, recently noting that he's up to 180 and wants to play at about 190. Hyatt should be cleared for training camp, if not spring practices, and he could challenge Darius Slayton or Isaiah Hodgins for perimeter snaps early on.

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Looking to add weight

Latest Headline: Published 2023-05-03

Hyatt (hamstring) said he wants to play at about 190 pounds, which is 10 pounds above his current weight, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports.

Hyatt indicated that playing at the higher weight "gives him more confidence to make contested catches and not get bumped off routes," per Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site. The 21-year-old was taken by the Giants in the third round of the 2023 NFL Draft and, because of his speed, could work as a downfield threat for the team. When asked if adding weight would impact the speed element of his game, Hyatt said, "Nah. That speed's gonna stay with me. I was born with it."

Links up with G-Men

Latest Headline: Published 2023-04-28

The Giants selected Hyatt (hamstring) in the third round of the 2023 NFL Draft, 73rd overall.

Hyatt is an interesting receiver prospect and the Giants make for an interesting landing spot. New York has a crowded receiver room with a mix of vets and developmental projects like Wan'Dale Robinson. Hyatt, who won the Biletnikoff Award in 2022, may not be a "complete" receiver, but his big-play ability is for real. He averaged 18.9 yards per reception in 2022 and caught 15 touchdowns. However, Hyatt has a light frame at 6-foot and 176 pounds and he had an interesting role as a vertical option out of the slot, so it remains to be seen how that will translate. If nothing else, Hyatt brings a speedy downfield element to the Giants offense.

Tightness in hamstring

Latest Headline: Published 2023-03-04

Hyatt left Saturday's NFL Combine after experiencing tightness in his hamstring, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

Hyatt ran a 4.40 40-yard dash before experiencing tightness in his hamstring, but a 40-inch vertical and 11-foot-3 broad jump certainly confirmed the elite level of athleticism most assumed the Tennessee wideout would showcase this week. The 6-foot receiver is expected to be ready for his Pro Day on March 30.

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