Malik Nabers has people talking again with OBJ-type grab at Giants minicamp

This kid is the real deal for the G-Men.
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First-round pick Malik Nabers can do no wrong this offseason. If anything, the only issue people might have with the NY Giants rookie is that he's making everyone want Week 1 to get here even sooner. Yeah, he's been that exciting to watch.

At mandatory minicamp in East Rutherford, he wasted no time turning heads either. Thanks to the video below courtesy of Art Stapleton, Nabers has everyone fired up once again thanks to a sweet one-handed grab during drills. If this reminds you of Odell Beckham Jr., you're surely not the only one to have that in mind:

Malik Nabers has Giants fans counting down the days for Week 1 to get here

We know this isn't a catch made in 11-on-11 or anything, but still, you can't deny the fact that Nabers is bringing a whole different level of swagger to this offense. The No. 6 overall pick knows there's pressure on him to be the WR1 for this team, but it's something he welcomes.

The Giants offense hasn't had a player of his caliber since Beckham was around. Nabers is going to be a stud, but he's also going to open up the field for some of the other weapons for the passing game. Jaylin Hyatt, Darius Slayton and Wan'Dale Robinson should all benefit. Speaking of Robinson, he's also making noise over in New Jersey:

The chemistry is growing for the WRs unit, which is fantastic to see. Once Week 1 gets here, Nabers is going to have the opportunity to prove why he was such a high draft pick, as he'll be ready to put on a show against the Vikings at MetLife Stadium.

For the rest of minicamp, and then training camp, Nabers is going to keep learning the offense and doing everything he can to improve. We're not going to go out and say he'll be the Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2024, but the speedster sure has a great chance to reach 1,000 yards this fall/winter. His potential has no limits.