WR - Zach Rogers
TE - Hayden Smith
DL - Damon "Big Snacks" Harrison
I like it. I might substitute Rodgers for Rontez Miles, but it's a close call.
Like to give honerable mention to Josh Bush, Aaron Berry, and Darin Walls. Mike Edwards might stick, as the punt returner, and maybe the kick returner too, if McKnight doesn't make the team. Mike Shanahan moves to the top of the list if Smith does not show marked improvement.
Marcus Davis: He played with an inconsistent QB at V-Tech. But he has excellent speed, and size. His downside is really only effort. He dogged it at V-Tech at blocking, completely. There were videos of him just standing around while his guy was tackling the ball carrier. If he gets his issues in order by giving effort, he could be a steal. On just pure talent, he's atleast a 3rd round prospect.
Zach Rogers: He's not going to be a super star, but I think he'll be a nice glue guy that can do a bit of everything. He was reliable at Tenn, but got overshadowed by first round talent around him. He also suffered from playing with a QB, who had one of the best down field throws I've ever seen in college game. So Tenn. always were looking to throw the ball 40 yards down the field, and Rogers is more of a slot guy that can get open underneath than a true burner down the field.
I'll go all offense and just go with Hayden Smith: We have a need there, and all reports seem to be that he has improved greatly and could possibly make an impact. He seems to be a good athlete, so maybe he break out this year.