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Giants pick Bobby Hart in Round 7
5 years ago  ::  May 02, 2015 - 7:31PM #1
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BOBBY HART


FLORIDA ST.  ACC


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DRAFTED BY: GIANTS
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GRADE

5.23?



    DRAFT ANALYSIS:


    Bobby Hart is a young prospect (turns 21 in August) with mobility ideal for the Giants move toward more spread looks while possessing the girth to grow into a contributor in their power run game. --Mark Dulgerian




    • 6'5"HEIGHT
    • 33"ARM LENGTH
    • 329LBS.WEIGHT
    • 10 1/8"HANDS



    OVERVIEW


    2014: Third-team All-ACC. Started all 14 games at RT. 2013: Honorable mention All-ACC. Started all 14 games at RT. Blocked for a Heisman Trophy winner in Jameis Winston and helped lead FSU to an ACC championship and BCS national championship. 2012: Played in eight games as a backup guard and member of the field goal kicking team. 2011: Played in 11 games, serving as a reserve in the first two weeks and starting in the final nine games of the season at LT. Replaced injured senior Andrew Datko and maintained his starting role.




    PRO DAY RESULTS


     
    40-yard dash: 5.67 seconds 
    Vertical jump: 27 inches 
    Broad jump: 7 feet, 11 inches 
    Short shuttle: 5.07 seconds 
    3-cone: 8.08 seconds 
    Bench press: 22 reps of 225 pounds

    ANALYSIS



    STRENGTHS


     Bubble butt with power in his lower half. Improved from being a neutralizer to run-block winner in 2014. Can reestablish line of scrimmage when asked to maul. Wins in short yardage and near goal line. Gets hand on defender first and can latch on in pass protection. Turned 20 years old in August and body is still developing.

    WEAKNESSES


     Stiff knees and hips limit his bend and leverage. Comes out of his stance too high. Shuffles feet rather than chops in pass pro, causing his base to narrow. Struggles to make his back-side cutoff blocks. Frenetic hands with too much wasted motion. Limited, small-area, guard-only prospect. Lethargic feet after contact.

    DRAFT PROJECTION


     Round 6

    NFL COMPARISON


     Ramon Foster

    BOTTOM LINE


     Young, soft-bodied prospect who is best suited to play guard in the NFL. Tape doesn't always treat Hart kindly, but his issues in pass protection as a tackle won't be same issues he faces in the NFL as a guard. While he has physical limitations, Hart is a competitive player who flashes NFL power potential.


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