WR Jahan Dotson Washington Commanders
Jahan Dotson was selected 16th overall in the 2022 NFL Draft. His rookie season was pretty solid but it went under the radar compared to other rookie wide receivers like Garrett Wilson and Chris Olave. Dotson was a touchdown monster as he racked up seven touchdown catches. He also added 35 catches and 523 yards, which were less impressive stats. There is talk he could be the No. 1 wide receiver ahead of Terry McLaurin in 2023.
RB Miles Sanders Carolina Panthers
The Panthers were a run heavy team last year after they traded Christian McCaffrey. Last year they had a running back by committee though but this year it seems clear that Sanders will be the guy. Last season was somewhat of a breakout season for Sanders with over 1,200 rushing yards and 259 carries but he still wasn’t considered a top-10 back. Now he may be in line for close to 300 carries and he could be a candidate to lead the NFL in rushing yards.
RB Tony Pollard Dallas Cowboys
Pollard has been in the league for four years now and going into his fifth year he should finally be given the chance to start. He has never gotten over 200 carries and could get close to 300 now this upcoming season. Pollard is talented, there is no doubt about that, and now we will get to see what he can really do.
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