Track the latest interviews conducted by the Giants for their next general manager. Candidates will be announced after each interview is completed.
Current Position: Kansas City Chiefs Executive Director of Player Personnel
Interview Date: January 13
Poles, 36, is completing his first season as the Kansas City Chiefs’ executive director of player personnel and 13th year with the team. Poles oversees all aspects of the scouting of college football players across the country, assists in the pro process and prepares for free agency, in addition to assisting general manager Brett Veach with the coordination of the NFL Draft and overseeing the team’s out-of-town area scouts.
Poles joined the Chiefs in 2009 as the team’s player personnel assistant before spending three seasons as the college scouting administrator. In 2013, Poles began a four-year stint as the Chiefs’ college scouting administrator. He was the club’s director of college scouting in 2017. Poles was promoted to assistant director of player personnel in 2018 and to his current position in 2021.
Prior to joining the Chiefs, Poles served as a recruiting assistant for his alma mater, Boston College, from 2008-09 after signing with the Chicago Bears as an undrafted free agent in 2008.
The Canandaigua, N.Y., native played offensive tackle for five seasons for the Eagles (2003-07), protecting current Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan. Poles was honored with the Paul Cavanaugh Award in 2007 as the student-athlete with total commitment to football both on and off the field and for his dedication to volunteerism, ethics and community.
Poles played prep football at Canandaigua Academy in Canandaigua.
He and his wife, Katie, have two children, Mason and Jordyn.
Current Position: Arizona Cardinals Vice President of Player Personnel
Interview Date: January 13
A 14-year member of the Arizona Cardinals’ scouting department, Harris was promoted to vice president of player personnel last February. In that role, Harris works with general manager Steve Keim, managing both the college and pro personnel departments. His duties include evaluating the top college prospects nationally as well as the organization and implementation of the draft process. He oversees the pro personnel department, which includes player acquisition, evaluation and assisting with player contract negotiations.
Harris was Arizona’s director of player personnel in 2019-20 after working as the team’s director of pro scouting from 2013-18.
Harris began his scouting career after finishing his NFL playing career with the Denver Broncos in 2007. He joined the Cardinals in 2008 as a pro scout and was elevated to assistant pro personnel director in 2010.
Harris was signed by the Cardinals as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2002 out of Syracuse and appeared in 54 games with six starts in four seasons. He led the Cardinals in special teams tackles with 19 in 2004 and 24 the following year. Harris joined the Giants as a free agent in 2006 but was waived at the end of training camp. He later signed with the Broncos, for whom he played his final six games. Harris finished his NFL career with 50 tackles (42 solo), one sack, one interception, five passes defensed, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and 58 special teams tackles.
Harris was a four-year starter at free safety for Syracuse, where he finished his Orange career with 327 tackles (183 solo), four forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and 10 interceptions in 42 career games. He earned a bachelor’s degree in information studies in 2001. Harris was an honorable mention All-America selection at Wyoming Seminary Upper School in Kingston, Pa.
He and his wife Tara have a daughter, Aliyah, and two sons, Amani and Elijah.
Current Position: Arizona Cardinals Vice President of Pro Personnel
Interview Date: January 12
Wilson is completing his seventh season with the Arizona Cardinals’ scouting department and first as the team’s vice president of pro personnel after being promoted in February 2021. In that role, Wilson supervises the pro scouting staff and oversees all pro player evaluation, the advance scouting process, free agency and the daily monitoring of player transactional movement in all professional leagues. He also assists with college scouting, including evaluations of all juniors and crosschecking top draft prospects.
Prior to his promotion, Wilson worked the past two years (2019-20) as the team’s director of pro scouting.
Wilson joined the Cardinals staff following his retirement from the NFL in 2015 and spent four seasons (2015-18) assisting both the pro and college scouting departments.
Wilson spent 12 seasons (2001-12) playing with the Cardinals after joining the team as a third-round selection (64th overall) in the 2001 NFL Draft from North Carolina State. A five-time Pro Bowl selection (2006, 2008-11) and three-time All-Pro selection (2006, 2008-09), he finished his NFL career with 987 tackles (716 solo), 25.5 sacks, 27 INTs, 106 passes defensed, 15 forced fumbles, eight fumble recoveries and four TDs in 181 regular season games (162 starts). Wilson and Hall of Famer Larry Wilson (1962-63, ’65-70) are the only two safeties in team history selected to five or more Pro Bowls.
In 2015, Wilson became the 15th member of the Cardinals Ring of Honor. He was inducted into the Arizona Sports Hall of Fame in October of 2016.
Wilson was a standout safety and split end at T.W. Andrews High School in High Point, N.C, where in June 2010 he had his prep jersey number (9) retired. He also played basketball and ran track in high school and was an honorable mention All-American in basketball in 1998. Wilson majored in Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management at N.C. State.
Current Position: Buffalo Bills Assistant General Manager
Interview Date: January 12
The Buffalo Bills’ assistant general manager, Schoen has 20 years of scouting and executive experience in the NFL, including the last five in Upstate New York. He joined the Bills in 2017 after spending most of the previous decade in the Miami Dolphins’ front office, including the last four as the team’s director of player personnel.
Schoen’s first year in Miami was 2008 when he began a five-year stint as one of the Dolphins’ national scouts before spending the 2013 season as their assistant director of college scouting.
Schoen, 42, led Miami’s preparation, assessment and acquisition of potential professional and collegiate free agents. He was heavily involved in Miami’s NFL draft preparations, including evaluation and draft board construction while also serving as a key liaison between the coaching staff and personnel staff.
Schoen’s first NFL job was as a ticket office intern with the Carolina Panthers in 2000. He then spent seven seasons (2001-07) working for the Panthers under current Bills general manager Brandon Beane, first as a scouting assistant and then as a southeast and southwest scout.
A native of Elkhart, Indiana, Schoen graduated from DePauw University in 2001 with a communications degree. He was a quarterback as a freshman and wide receiver his final three years, serving as a captain during his senior season.
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Poles, 36, is completing his first season as the Kansas City Chiefs’ executive director of player personnel and 13th year with the team.
A 14-year member of the Arizona Cardinals’ scouting department, Harris was promoted to vice president of player personnel last February.
Wilson is completing his seventh season with the Arizona Cardinals’ scouting department and first as the team’s vice president of pro personnel.
Schoen has 20 years of scouting and executive experience in the NFL, including the last five in Upstate New York.
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