Wan'Dale Robinson update on his offseason has breakout year written all over it

The young Giants WR is ready for a big year.
New York Giants OTA Offseason Workouts
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Entering the 2024 season, one of the most slept-on NY Giants players is wide receiver Wan'Dale Robinson. While he's shown flashes of excellence throughout his first two seasons, he's yet to break out like we know he can due to various reasons from injuries to poor QB play.

Now, it seems like everything is lining up for Robinson to have a year to remember. Not only will he have the most stable offense around him that he's had since being drafted, but according to Robinson himself, it seems like he's only gotten more athletic during the offseason.

Wan'Dale Robinson is ready for a huge 2024 with the New York Giants

At mandatory minicamp, Robinson told reporters that he had hit numbers he had never hit before during the offseason. This signals that the 23-year-old wideout is only getting more athletic, which is absurd considering his current capabilities.

Robinson has been arguably the most dynamic weapon on the Giants when healthy, he just hasn't been given the proper opportunities to show off what he can do. Several opposing and former players have praised the receiver in recent months, and it feels like he's primed to be a top pass-catcher in the NFL as long as Daniel Jones can get him the ball.

Last season, despite playing with three quarterbacks and in the worst offense in the NFL, Robinson was still rather productive. Through 15 games, Robinson caught 60 passes for 525 yards and one touchdown.

At the very least, the Giants need Robinson to be as consistent as he was last year- his value as a dynamic open-field runner in the short-passing game is strong. Guys like Malik Nabers and Darius Slayton will provide consistent hands on the outside with big-play potential going deep, but Robinson has the chance to do some real damage in the middle of the field.