Breaking News: Just In New York Giants Confirm Another Lose OF Top Sensational Superstar Player

Previous to the 2024 NFL Draft, the New York Giants need to make a few important decisions.

It is unclear if the Giants will stick with quarterback Daniel Jones, but general manager Joe Schoen needs to make acquiring Jones some assistance his top priority if they decide not to trade up to pick a possible franchise quarterback in the future.
With the No. 6 overall pick in the NFL Draft, the New York Giants, who have been depending on developing but unreliable wide receivers since losing Saquon Barkley to the Philadelphia Eagles in free agency, might acquire one of the best pass catchers in the draft.

Pro Football Focus claims that Malik Nabers of LSU is the ideal NFL Draft choice for the New York Giants.
Brad Spielberger writes for PFF, “New York made the blockbuster trade of the offseason to date with their move for edge defender Brian Burns.” In order to form a pass-rushing duo with Kayvon Thibodeaux, they agreed to terms on a five-year extension as part of the transaction. To strengthen the offensive line, they also invested in tackle Jermaine Eluemunor and guard Jon Runyan Jr. The biggest need in New York right now is a premier pass catcher, especially with Darren Waller’s possible retirement being discussed.Wan’Dale Robinson and Jalin Hyatt, two promising young wide receivers for the Giants, are a threat against physicality at the line, but they still lack a genuine X receiver who can be the go-to target across the field. In 2023, Nabers’ 19 receptions and 624 receiving yards on passes that traveled more than 20 yards downfield ranked in the top five in collegiate football. He was sure-handed with just five drops on 128 targets and quite effective when kicking inside as a huge slot. With 30 forced missed tackles—the fourth-highest in the nation—Nabers demonstrated unmatched quickness in the open field, his afterburners making the New Orleans Saints in Fast & Furious appear sluggish.

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Malik Nabers: Scouting Report for the NFL Draft
If Malik Nabers is selected by Schoen in the NFL Draft, he would give the offense of the New York Giants and Jones’ vertical throwing game a big-play component.

Nabers averaged an astounding 17.6 yards per reception while catching 89 passes for 1,569 yards and 17 touchdowns in the previous season.
“(Justin) Jefferson was already really skilled when he came out, and (Ja’Marr) Chase was more of a dude physically, but you can see some flashes of both of those guys with the way [Nabers] plays,” an AFC personnel executive told NFL.com.

It’s hard to envision Nabers not showing up in East Rutherford and shooting to the top of the receiver depth chart for the New York Giants right away.
Comparing Nabers to Vikings All-Pro Justin Jefferson, NFL Media’s Lance Zierlein writes, “Nabers is the next big thing coming out of LSU’s receiver room.” “With the raw talent and explosiveness to be mentioned in the same sentence as former LSU standouts who are currently making waves in the league.” Nabers’ gliding motions and speed changes seem to mask the top-end speed and separation potential that await opposing coverages, despite his lack of polish and accuracy as a route runner.

He has the athleticism to pull off seemingly impossible catches. He is a lively leaper. He plays with strength and guts, tucking away crisp throws and fighting for tight-window successes over the middle. If Nabers doesn’t correct his inclination to track and play deep throws with grace, his early advantages will become 50/50 contests.

 

 

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