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Simply put, Nabers is an elite wide receiver prospect who landed in a very difficult situation for pass catchers. We are united in viewing Nabers as a top-two wide receiver in this rookie class and a top-12 wide receiver in Dynasty, worthy of a draft pick as early as 1.02 in rookie-only drafts. We're less certain what he'll do in 2024 while catching passes from Daniel Jones and/or Drew Lock. Nabers the prospect leaves little room for doubt; he has the size, speed, production, and draft profile of a future star. He just delivered 1,569 yards and 14 touchdowns as a 20-year-old in the SEC. We have no doubts about him in the NFL other than his Year 1 situation. If you want Nabers in redraft you may have to reach into Round 5, but we're more comfortable with him in Round 7 or later.

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  • Giants' Malik Nabers: Selected sixth overall by New York

    The Giants selected Nabers in the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft, sixth overall. Nabers (6-feet, 200 pounds) is the latest top wideout prospect out of LSU, hopefully following a successful path like Justin Jefferson and Ja'Marr Chase before him. Nabers was wildly productive for the Tigers, drawing a mammoth 31.6 percent target share in 2023 even while sharing the offense with fellow soon-to-be NFL wideout Brian Thomas. To draw that many targets at a 68.5 percent catch rate and 12.1 yards per target is a dizzying level of dominance, and it's made more impressive yet by the fact that Nabers won't turn 21 until July 28. Since Nabers is so young it might make a fast start difficult, especially in an offense as challenged as the Giants, but the other side of the coin is that it also means he might not be done improving anytime soon. Although he's not a big wideout Nabers plays fearlessly and should apply well at all levels of the field, though there's no doubt that it's Nabers' rare big-play ability -- both downfield and after the catch -- that makes his upside scenario so particularly intriguing. Hopefully the Giants' passing game woes can resolve themselves, perhaps largely thanks to Nabers' arrival.
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