Giants players that stood out at OTA's

Posted May 29, 2014 takes a look at which players made an impact in Thursday's OTA practice

Charles James: The second-year player the Giants signed as an undrafted free agent last season showed great anticipation and burst when he stepped in front of a Ryan Nassib pass to the sideline and picked it off for a touchdown.

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Quintin Demps: Looked explosive in kickoff return drills and was very active playing not only the traditional safety position, but also that hybrid third safety roll that the Giants like to employ. His signing went under the radar this offseason, but it looks like he might have a sizable role with Big Blue.

Jameel McClain: Considered more of a run-stopper from his time in Baltimore, McClain impressed with his ability to cover and close on the ball. He showed quickness, burst, and the ability to quickly read and react to what the offense was doing. He single-handedly disrupted a screen pass to Rashad Jennings during the team portion of practice by being at the right place at the right time.
Honorable mention: Nat Berhe. Berhe made a great play on a ball that was thrown down the seam. After showing great anticipation, he knocked the ball away.