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Giants Select Tight End Evan Engram in NFL Draft

Geoff Block is a financial professional who, upon leaving Crown Growth Partners in 2012, created RLB Squared as a means for managing his family's investment holdings. Outside of his professional pursuits with RLB and other holdings, Geoff Block is a passionate fan of the NFL’s New York Giants.

After signing veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall, the Giants further improved its offense in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft with the selection of tight end Evan Engram. At 6’3 and 234 pounds, Engram gives the Giants a legitimate vertical threat down the field, but he's more than just a big body. In fact, he ran the 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine in 4.42 seconds, which is a shade faster than current Giants wide receivers Sterling Shepard and Odell Beckham Jr.
During his four years at Ole Miss University, Engram scored 15 touchdown catches and accumulated 2,320 receiving yards on 162 receptions. In 2016 he recorded a career-high eight touchdowns in 11 games and finished fifth in the Southeastern Conference in both receiving yards and receiving touchdowns.

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