Malik Nabers is going viral for insane leaping TD grab at NY Giants OTAs

The No. 6 overall pick continues to dazzle for the G-Men.
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One of the biggest playmakers in NY Giants OTAs has been rookie wide receiver Malik Nabers. Whether he's been making people laugh with his upbeat personality, or making stunning plays, Nabers has had his fair share of incredible moments and it's starting to get noticed.

The latest practice was no different, and in fact, Nabers stood out a little more than usual, making a few big-time receptions that turned heads. Most notably, he caught an absurd touchdown pass from Drew Lock over Cor'Dale Flott. As you'll be able to see below, Nabers somehow brought the ball in with both hands and managed to get both feet down too.

Malik Nabers continues to put on a show for the NY Giants

This was Nabers' second touchdown of the day, with one coming earlier that was also thrown from Lock. The chemistry these two have seemingly formed is something that could be worth paying attention to heading into the season.

This is just one of many insane plays that Nabers has made during his short time at OTAs. Given the Giants' lack of a true playmaker at wide receiver since the team traded Odell Beckham Jr., New York needs a player like this desperately and it's great to see him show out.

To make things even better, this isn't even Nabers' first multi-touchdown day. Last week, according to writer Dan Salomone, Nabers caught a guaranteed score, then had another one that would have gone all the way had it been a real game.

"Rookie wide receiver Malik Nabers notched one touchdown, likely two if it were a live game. The no-doubter was on a scramble drill by Tommy DeVito during 11-on-11 drills in the red zone, where last year's undrafted quarterback eventually found this year's sixth overall pick in the back of the end zone."

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Nabers was the No. 6 overall pick in this year's NFL Draft, so to see him ball out so soon really isn't that surprising. We all knew how talented the LSU product was. However, if he can keep this up heading into the regular season, Nabers could be in for a better rookie year than anyone previously thought.