Brian Daboll's update on Jalin Hyatt should raise his confidence in 2024

Is Jalin Hyatt due for a breakout sophomore season?
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New York Giants wide receiver Jalin Hyatt is looking for much better results this season after a shaky rookie year in 2023. After posting just 23 receptions for 373 yards and no touchdowns, the former Giants third-round draft pick is looking to improve his game and hopefully take it to another level.

Despite showing bits and pieces of greatness this past season, like having 109 receiving yards on five catches against the New England Patriots in Week 12, New York wants to see more of that out of Hyatt in 2024. And with Big Blue in their offseason workouts, Giants head coach Brian Daboll has been quite happy with what he's seen out of the speedster:

Brian Daboll talking up Jalin Hyatt's 'tremendous improvement' is great to see

What Daboll had to say about Hyat should fire up Giants fans everywhere. After not seeing a ton of production out of Hyatt during his rookie year, the Giants third-year head coach said the former Tennesse Volunteer has made a "tremendous improvement" between his first season and right now.

That statement made by Daboll should also raise Hyatt's confidence, which always benefits a young player in the NFL. With that progress being made by Hyatt according to Daboll, Big Blue's offense may be something special to watch out for, as there's going to be a new-look O on the field this fall and winter.

With Hyatt's progress and improvement being made this offseason and with the addition of Malik Nabers, the NY offense could be a lot of fun to watch. Add in WRs Darius Slayton and Wan'Dale Robinson, and Daniel Jones must be thrilled about what he's getting ready to throw to. No one is expecting Hyatt to be the WR1 for this team, but he's got all the tools to be a major contributor for Daboll and Co.