Most disappointing rookie: Nate Davis
Coming out of Charlotte, Nate Davis was seen as a developmental player that could eventually transition into a solid starting guard at the next level. However, unfortunately for Davis, he has been forced into the starting lineup before he was ready due to the depth (or lack thereof) on the offensive line.
The third-round pick started much of the first half of the year on the injury report, which limited his development as he was forced to rehab instead of working on improving his technique for the NFL game.
Once he was physically able to return to the field, the team needed him and were counting on Davis to be the fix to the right guard problem that has been haunting this team over the last couple of years.
Davis has held his own at times but there are other times where he looks to be in completely over his head.
There is still plenty of time for the former university of Charlotte guard to turn it around, but his injuries and lackluster production combined with his draft position makes him the most disappointing rookie thus far.