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Bobby Hart drafted by New York: Giants get Florida State offensive tackle

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Waiting out until day three, Bobby Hart joins the G-Men looking to provide a security blanket for Eli Manning

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Florida State's Bobby Hart has been selected by the New York Giants in the 7th round of the 2015 NFL Draft. The 6'4, 320-pound tackle started his last 27 games at Florida State on the right side of the line protecting QB Jameis Winston.

Hart recorded a team-high 90 grade as an offensive lineman in the 2014 ACC Championship game and became a reliable asset on the line during his senior year.

Hart started his career playing early for the Noles as the big man was inserted into the O-Line fold as a 17 year-old freshman.

He has an issue, per his nfl.com player profile, with overall technique as a gargantuan lineman, but is dependable in pass protection. He looks to develop a complete package with the Giants in 2015. With the selection of Hart, Florida State has set the record for most players drafted in a three year span.