Watch Malik Nabers already turn heads at Giants rookie minicamp with great grab

The Giants are hoping to see more of this from Nabers
New York Giants Rookie Minicamp
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That's it, we've seen enough to feel confident NY Giants rookie Malik Nabers will end up in Canton one day. Kidding of course, but goodness, it's great to see the No. 6 overall pick making plays for the G-Men at rookie minicamp in East Rutherford.

Shortly after putting the pen to paper on his rookie contract, one that will pay him $29 million guaranteed, Nabers suited up for his first practice with Big Blue. Rocking a No. 9 jersey for the time being, Nabers wasted no time in recording some pretty great grabs, including this one:

Giants WR Malik Nabers is already impressing at the team's rookie minicamp

The Giants haven't had a wideout of Nabers' caliber since the days of Odell Beckham Jr. - the last WR to post a 1,000-yard season for NY. Nabers has a ton of hype following his name and it's easy to see why. He's got all the tools to be a stud WR1 for Brian Daboll's offense.

With his electric speed and fantastic hands, he's going to receive countless targets this upcoming season. As we've discussed before, it remains quite up in the air who will be the one throwing him the ball. Daniel Jones, for now, is the expected Week 1 starter, but we can't forget about Drew Lock.

Recent reports and rumors have suggested that the former Broncos and Seahawks QB not only will be ready to push Jones for the QB1 job, but that he's also got a great chance of winning the camp battle. Jones is still recovering from his torn ACL, but he's expected to be cleared this summer.

Soon enough, we'll find out who Daboll will rock with, but our gut tells us Jones will be his guy. If that ends up being the case, Nabers 100 percent is going to make his life a lot easier. He's a tremendous talent and he'll make a massive difference once the regular season arrives. His addition to the squad is great for Jones, Daboll and New York as a whole.