#5. Cody Hollister, WR
Cody Hollister is the type of player that is built for the practice squad, and I don’t mean that as a bad thing. He has a big frame that gives DBs a great body type to compete against throughout the year whether he is simulating a tight end or a wide receiver.
Like Anthony Firkser, he wins with soft hands but he isn’t quite the route runner or technician that Firkser is. However, he is very tough when he gets hit and that seems like a boring thing to be proud of, but that toughness and the ability to play on special teams is basically what is going to get Rashard Davis a contract to be on the active roster this year.
If the Titans feel like they aren’t winning at the catch point enough, or if for some reason they think that Hollister is good enough to be the WR6 on this team given his ability to be a mismatch, then I could see him sneaking on to the roster opening day.