EAST RUTHERFORD — Adam Bisnowaty was a four-year starter at left tackle at Pittsburgh. The Giants drafted Bisnowaty in the sixth round of this year’s draft based on his success at that position before immediately moving him to right tackle.
It may seem simple to switch from one side to the other. That’s not the case.
“It’s like asking someone to write with their left hand who is right-handed,” Bisnowaty said. “It’s different, it’s hard, it’s challenging and you’re doing it at the highest level as well. The big thing is the fundamentals. If you can just work on the little fundamentals, it applies to no matter what side you’re on and it really helps you.”
Most draft analysts projected the 6-foot-6, 307-pound Bisnowaty would move to the right side where his athletic limitations can be minimized and his power will be accentuated. Bisnowaty worked as the second-team right tackle behind Bobby Hart for most of the offseason program.
“It’s still early. Right now, we got him at right tackle,” offensive line coach Mike Solari said. “But he has versatility, he could go to guard. He has played a little guard in his career, obviously left tackle, but right now, we like him at right tackle. Try to get him as many reps as possible, so when training camp comes, these young rookies are ready to compete.”
Bisnowaty bounced around a bit during minicamp last week, getting reps at left tackle and right guard as veterans sat out with minor injuries.
“I’ve been working in a little bit of everywhere. More so these past few days,” Bisnowaty said on the last day of minicamp. “Giving some guys some breaks toward…
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