2015 NFL Draft: Grading Every New York Giants Pick

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Sep 14, 2013; Tallahassee, FL, USA; Florida State Seminoles offensive lineman Bobby Hart (51), offensive lineman Ruben Carter (65), offensive lineman Brian Stork (52), offensive lineman Josue Matias (70) and offensive lineman Cameron Erving (75) during the first half of the game at Doak Campbell Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports

Round Seven: OT Bobby Hart

The Giants decided to finish off the draft by selecting Florida State’s Bobby Hart. Reese elected to finish off the draft trying to revamp the poor offensive line play the Giants had last year.

Hart knows what it’s like to be on a winning team and has that swagger about him. He contributed to the Seminoles ACC championship run. He excels in pass protection and it clearly shows by former teammate Jameis Winston’s stats. Eli Manning could really use some of that protection.

Hart is a great prospect to add this late in the draft. Once again, Reese is playing it smart and didn’t make an irrelevant pick here. Hart has a great shot at contributing for the team.

Hart stands at six foot four and weighs about 318 pounds. He is most likely going to have to compete for a spot on the Giants roster.

Grade: C+

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