1) Jameis Winston
Jameis Winston will have an opportunity to win it this year with two great outside receivers in Mike Evans and Vincent Jackson and a solid tight end in Evan Rodriguez. The Bucs are hoping that Doug Martin pans out, but if he doesn’t look out for Winston to be throwing it a lot this season.
2) Kevin White
Kevin White has similar tools of Calvin Johnson, and he will have an established quarterback in Jay Cutler but he better hope that he plays like used to in 2008. With Alshon Jeffery double coverage won’t be expected for White so look for him to have a lot of touches.
3) Toddy Gurley
Todd Gurley is a 100% than most likely he wins the starting job over Tre Mason; look for him to take over a team with an unknown quarterback. If Gurley transforms into what he had done in college, look for a great campaign this year.
1) Leonard WIlliams
Leonard Williams is a big body that has potential to take over an already talented defensive front with RIchardson, Coples and Wilkerson. There will be no double teams so look forward for Williams to feast in a weak OL group in the AFC East.
2) Trae Waynes
Trae Waynes is a legitimate cover corner but needs to work on zone coverage and his hip movement. With a good corner alongside, look for Xavier Rhodes to take the best receivers, so therefore Waynes will have the second best receiver on every team he goes against.
3) Danny Shelton
Danny Shelton is also a big body, and the Browns have no nose tackles whatsoever in their 3-4 front and Shelton produced really well in Washington so look for him to be hard nosed tough guy in a defensive group in the AFC North.