The Giants 2021 draft class will be sporting some brand new jerseys when they hit the field Friday for the first of two mandatory minicamp practices.To get more New York Giants jersey cheap with cheap price, you can visit official website.

Here's the breakdown of the new numbers, including a bit of history behind them. But before you go rushing out to buy any jerseys, remember that jersey numbers are subject to change.

Ever since being worn by the great Mark Bavaro (1985-90), this jersey number has had an up and down tenure of sorts.Receiver Amani Toomer wore the number for one season before switching to No. 81, and in 2007, rookie tight end Kevin Boss did the number proud.

In between Toomer and Boss, tight end Dan Campbell--yes, the Detroit Lions head coach--wore the number while with the Giants.

More recently, the number was worn by tight ends Jerrell Adams and Garrett Dickerson, neither of whom had a lengthy career with the Giants. Let's hope Toney, who in college wore 17, 4, and then most recently 1 (fitting given his future first-round draft status), breaks that developing trend.Ojulari, the Giants second-round draft pick, wore numbers 38 and 13 in college. He'll take over No. 51 for the Giants--the sum of 38 and 13--and a jersey number last worn by outside linebacker Kyler Fackrell and, before that, long snapper Zak DeOssie.

Robinson, who began his college career at Alabama where he wore No. 23, later went on to don numbers 37 and 31 at Central Florida. In taking No. 33 with the Giants, which was last worn by running back Dion Lewis, Robinson becomes the first defensive back to wear that number since Mike Jordan was assigned it in 2018.