Draft Scout Snapshot:DS Rating on 01/12/11: #1 Junior FB Projected: Round(s) 3-4 for 2012 NFL Draft 2010: Hynoski was Pitt’s starting fullback each of the past two years. This past season he rushed 12 times for 33 yards and caught 25 passes for 174 yards and one touchdown...2009: Starting fullback who compiled 107 yards on 24 carries (4.5 avg.) with one TD…also had 15 receptions for 109 yards (7.3 avg.)...2008: Lettered in his first active season, primarily as a special teams contributor...played in five games...had one carry for three yards at Navy...2007: Redshirted as a true freshman.
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05/23/13 - FB Henry Hynoski, who suffered a left leg injury during Wednesday's OTA workout when he collided with teammate Andre Brown on a running play, was diagnosed with a medial collateral ligament injury and a chip fracture to the lateral plateau (tibia).
Hynoski will undergo surgery on Friday to repair the ligament and the fracture. The surgery will be performed by Giants team physician Dr. Russell Warren at the Hospital for Special Surgery.
"I am going to set my mind to being ready for the first game of the regular season," said Hynoski. "They said that is not an unrealistic goal, and I will do everything in my power to be ready for the start of the season."
01/11/13 - FB Henry Hynoski took the next step up in his development by successfully taking on some of the NFL's better linebackers with relative ease. He also continued to be a contributor as a receiver out of the backfield, finally getting his first career touchdown in the regular-season finale.
12/05/12 - FB Henry Hynoski is only in his second NFL season, but despite being a young veteran, he's willingly taken on a bigger role behind the scenes to make sure that his fellow running backs are up to speed in their knowledge of the team's playbook.
Hynoski, who has evolved into running backs coach Jerald Ingram's unofficial teaching assistant, has been working with rookie David Wilson and newcomers Ryan Torain and Kregg Lumpkin to help bring them up to speed on the Giants' pass protection schemes. And thus far, Hynoski's teaching methods have received glowing reviews from his pupils.
"I'm a student of the game, and I want to help share my knowledge with the other guys and I feel like I have a good grasp of pretty much the entire offense and we need these guys to step up," Hynoski said when asked why he organized the extra study sessions for the running backs.
"We can't rely on one running back -- we are a team that uses two running backs consistently, so we can't put it all on Ahmad's (Bradshaw) and my shoulders. We have to get the other guys ready."
11/15/12 - FB Henry Hynoski was ranked third in NFC Pro Bowl 2013 voting at his position, behind John Kuhn of the Packers, and Mike Tolbert of the Panthers.
10/01/12 - FB Henry Hynoski's four-yard carry in the first quarter was his second of the season. He became the first Giants fullback to have two carries in a season since 2006, when Jim Finn finished with two carries for 14 yards.