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Giants OT Evan Neal in even better shape heading into 2023 season

At only 22 years old, New York Giants offensive tackle, Evan Neal, is still learning his way in the NFL. Neal was a First-team All-American for the Crimson Tide in 2021 and chose to forego his remaining eligibility and enter the NFL draft. He is one of the most talented offensive line prospects to come out of Alabama with an impressive 6-foot-7, 260-pound frame in college.

Neal was the No. 7 overall selection in the 2022 NFL draft and appeared in 13 games as a rookie as well as both playoff games. He was very solid in the action that he saw, and after the Giants inked quarterback Daniel Jones to a four-year $160 million deal this offseason, Neal’s development will become even more of a priority within the organization.

At training camp this week, Neal spoke with reporters where he indicated that he is in even better shape heading into the 2023 season. A reporter asked Neal, “How much weight did you cut weight getting into shape this offseason?” to which Neal says, “Probably about 10-15 pounds, I definitely put on more muscle and got more leaner. I weighed in for training camp and I was 345.”

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