The next time the Giants take the field next week, but battle lines for jobs and coveted spots have already been drawn.
Here's a look at the biggest winners OTS and minicamp practices:
QB – Daniel Jones
How impressive has Jones been during his first spring? Pat Shurmur says Jones is "on track to play Day 1." Jones 'arm-strength and deep-ball accuracy was better than expected in the spring, and he said: "Giants' offense. Jones got rid of the football quickly and accurately throughout this run of practices Shurmur gave a lukewarm commitment to Eli Manning remaining in the open day starter, but left the door open trajectory during training camp and the preseason,
NT – Dexter Lawrence
A mammoth of a space-eater in the middle, Lawrence has the chance to be dominant against the run. Lawrence is quicker than you'd expect for a 6-foot-4 and 345 pound nose tackle. Already with the track inside between B.J.
CB – DeAndre Baker
This spring, despite the fact that Baker's strength – in practice, the former Georgia standout has been a consistent playmaker. Baker has taken the lion's share of first-team reps. Janoris Jenkins and looked like he belongs there. It's early, but Baker already looks like the complete package at cornerback with more than adequate speed in coverage with plenty of physicality and elite ball skills.
WR – Darius Slayton
Darius Slayton's finish to the spring is a strong contrast to a rough rookie minicamp weekend. Giants head coach Pat Shurmur called Slayton "The most improved" player this spring. Slayton spent some time with the first team during Monday's OTA and made a couple of really nice matches from Eli Manning, after developing a strong rapport as one of Jones's favorite targets in recent weeks a rookie minicamp where he had several dropped passes. Slayton's 4.39 speed gives him the chance to be a dangerous vertical threat in an open-ended desperate for one, and if he continues to be as sure-handed this summer as he falls down the stretch this spring, he'll be difficult to keep off the field.
TE – Scott Simonson
With Evan Engram sidelined, Scott Simonson wound up splitting this time with the first-team and second-team offenses, where he made some impressive catches. Simonson's time with Jones and impressive catches will only bolster his chances to make the roster and see the field because of his strong blocking.
TE – C.J. Conrad
Undrafted rookie tight end of Kentucky, C.J. Conrad had quite the strong finish to the spring. Conrad caught just about everything thrown his direction, and seemed to develop a strong connection with Jones. Evan Engram this summer, but Conrad acquitted himself in a training camp and preseason could put him in the mix for a roster spot.
– Jabrill Peppers
Jabrill Peppers has stepped right into a starting safety job and is looking like one of the most athletic players on the field. Peppers' speed and athleticism wants to give him a chance to leave his mark on the Giants' defense in a much different way from Landon Collins' physical brand of football. It's quite telling that quarterbacks Eli Manning and Daniel Jones' best day of practice came on a day that Peppers was sidelined due to a tooth extraction.
CB – Grant Haley
The Giants At this time, Baker, Julian Love and Corey Ballentines, but at least for now, Grant Haley seems entrenched as the starting nickel cornerback. Haley has taken the vast majority of first-team nickel reps and consistently made plays. Last week, Haley sacked Eli Manning on a cornerback blitz, he took a nice angle on a deep pass during Monday's practice to get a pass break and during OTA's knocked down a would-be touchdown during a red zone period. Love, Sam Beal, or Ballentine may have been a legitimate challenge to Haley's nickel job, but he does not look close to relinquishing it at this stage.
RB – Paul Perkins
The Giants made a conscious effort to limit Saquon Barkley's snapping this spring after the reigning Offensive Rookie of the Year logged in 352 touches last season and could see even more workload this season. During minicamp, Paul Perkins was the first running back up when Barkley was on the sideline. Barkley this season, if his strong play continues into training camp and the Preseason.
OT – Chad Wheeler
With Nate Solder and Mike Remmers both sidelined, Wheeler saw meaningful first-team reps at right tackle. Kevin Wheeler wants to prove that he is in the saddle again. Likewise, seeing playing time with the first team open can only help Wheeler improve if
QB – Alex Tanney
Once at afterthought and the presumptive no. 3 quarterback, Tanney was the best and most accurate quarterback on the field. Seriously. Pat Shurmur and the Giants value Tanney's veteran presence and knowledge of the system.
– QB Kyle Lauletta
Lauletta appears in the spring of this year's Giant in the Fourth Round of the 2018 NFL Draft. Daniel Jones and Alex Tanney split the second-team reps all spring. Meanwhile, Lauletta's third-team snaps were split on some days with Tanney.
– DB Julian Love
Lauletta Gorgeous Faces on Uphill Battle by the Giants in the fourth round of April's NFL Draft. However, early in rookie minicamp it was evident that love's speed was inadequate to keep pace with receivers on the outside and he was quickly moved to safety. During the OTA and minicamp practices, a second-team safety at the same time. Love's path to a starting job is blocked as long as the Giants stick with Antoine Bethea.
– CB Sam Beal
Beal returned to practice for Tuesday's OTA practice after missing two practices during mandatory minicamp due to personal reasons. However, after initially splitting first-team reps on the outside with Baker, Beal has been running with the second-team ever since. Baker for one of the top three cornerback jobs.
– RB Wayne Gallman:  At this point, Gallman's status as the Giants' No. 2 running back behind Saquon Barkley seems precarious, at best. Gallman had multiple drops during Monday's practice after the Giants previously signed Rod Smith and have given first-team reps to Paul Perkins. Gallman rushed for 176 yards and a touchdown last season, but it was flagging during several practices that the Giants limited Barkley's Reps that Gallman was not the first running back up with the first team offense. It might take a strong spring for Gallmen to keep his job as the no. 2 running back and perhaps even fend off Smith and Jon Hilliman for his place on the 53-man roster.
– TE Evan Engram:
Engram was sidelined for all of minicamps, dealing with an undisclosed injury. 2018.
– OT Mike Remmers.
– OT Mike Remmers
The Giants signed Remmers last month, but he was unable to participate in any of the OTA or minicamp practices. Remmers is at least one of the most authoritative veterinarians in the country.