Sad news: It is sad and tough  Giant coach Brian Daboll revealed on lossing $98.5 millioins QB…


J.J. McCarthy would have to throw a few hundred passes Friday just to close one gap between him and the other top quarterbacks in the NFL draft.


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Of course, that type of rubber-arming is not going to happen, and there won’t be a defense on the field.

But McCarthy’s workout at Michigan still is one of the most interesting on the national Pro Day circuit — especially for the Giants — because scouts are craving more exposure to the fast-rising prospect.

McCarthy attempted just 713 passes during his college career — compared to Jayden Daniels’ 1,438, Caleb Williams’ 1,099 and Drake Maye’s 952 — as a by-product of the defending national champion Wolverines building big leads and playing through their defense.

“You just want to see him throw more,” said draft analyst Matt Miller, who will be on site as part of ESPN’s coverage.

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