4 main things we've learned from the NY Giants offseason thus far

It's been a busy few months for Joe Schoen and the G-Men.
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3. Malik Nabers is going to be a stud for the Giants offense

It's hard to contain your excitment when it comes to wide receiver Malik Nabers. For what seems like forever, the Giants have needed a WR1 for this offense and Jones. Nabers was taken with the No. 6 overall pick and he has been impressing with some pretty great grabs this offseason. Yes, there's a difference between practice and games, but Nabers is still looking sharp:

Come Week 1, everyone is going to be keeping a close eye on this kid. In order for this offense to start humming, Daboll will need Nabers to play beyond his years. With the LSU connection, it's easy for people to compare him to Odell Beckham Jr., who will go down as one of the best NY wideouts of all time.

So, how did OBJ do for the Giants during his rookie season? Back in 2014, Beckham was a Pro Bowler after catching 91 balls for 1,305 yards and 12 touchdowns. Are we expecting those same kind of numbers from Nabers? Absolutely not, but if he can top 1,000 yards and be a downfield threat for Jones, we'll gladly sign up for that.