Jun 16, 2015; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants guard Bobby Hart (68) blocks defensive end Brad Harrah (71) during minicamp at Quest Diagnostics Training Center. Mandatory Credit: Steven Ryan-USA TODAY Sports
Hart is a rookie guard who the Giants drafted in the 7th round. Hart started all 14 games for Florida State in 2014. Hart was a part of an offensive force at Florida State. The Seminoles where the top offensive unit in all of College Football led by Quarterback Jameis Winston. He was a key contributor to the team and the main protector of Jameis Winston.
Hart fell to the 7th round of the draft but that does not mean the Giants do not expect him to be a contributor. Hart played in all 14 games at right tackle in 2013 and 2014.
He played in 8 in 2012. Hart was a three year starter but made an impact when he had to play at just 17 years old after injuries. Hart was a big time protector for Jameis Winston and the Giants hope he can keep improving. They hope that he can be a pass protector for Eli Manning. Hart is still just 20 years old. He should be a player to watch and might not make an impact right away.
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