The New York Giants were back on the field Monday at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center. With the season opener less than three weeks away and final roster cuts just 12 days down the road, we're getting down to the nitty-gritty of summer camp.
Here are the standouts from Monday's practice:
MLB ALEC OGLETREE: There were a handful of opportunities for interceptions on Monday, but they only amounted to close calls until Ogletree came through for the defense. On a long pass down the left side, Ogletree tracked the ball all the way to the other side of the field and caught it with his back to the line of scrimmage. A few plays before, Ogletree swatted a short pass away from the reach of Odell Beckham Jr. across the middle. Defensive backs Curtis Riley, Eli Apple and Mike Jones came close to interceptions before Ogletree's play.
WR JAWILL DAVIS: The undrafted rookie from Bethune-Cookman University in Florida flashed throughout practice and made the offensive play of the day. Half the credit goes to Kyle Lauletta, who dropped a perfect long pass between the cornerback and safety. Davis made the over-the-shoulder catch and took it up the left sideline. Later during seven-on-seven drills, Davis also had another big hookup with Davis Webb.
TE EVAN ENGRAM: Fans of tight ends are going to like to watch the Giants this season. Engram, as he displayed on Monday, can line up and make a play anywhere on the field. The second-year pro scattered a number of catches from Eli Manning throughout practice. Complementing him is Rhett Ellison, who made a diving grab today and has shown this summer that he is more than a blocker. They will make a formidable one-two punch under Shurmur, a former tight ends coach.
View the best photos from Giants practice on Monday