Vonta Leach will make more money if he returns to the Ravens than if he opts for a change of scenery and accepts what the Giants have offered him. There’s not much more time to play with, though, as the Giants report to training camp Friday. The Giants have an offer on the table for the fullback, but it’s believed to be for one year and the veteran minimum. “Still status quo with Giants,’’ a source with knowledge of Leach’s status told The Post yesterday. “Wish they had more cap room.’’ The need for a fullback arose when incumbent Henry Hynoski suffered a knee injury in the first organized team activity practice of the spring and needed surgery. Hynoski is expected to start camp on the physically unable to perform list and his status for the Sept. 8 regular-season opener is in doubt. The only other fullback on the Giants’ roster is Bear Pascoe, who is a tight end by trade.