2. Colton Dowell, WR
The Titans have been starving for some consistency at the wide receiver position. Obviously, that's a big reason why the team signed veteran DeAndre Hopkins, who has been showing exactly what he's still capable of thus far in camp. But, behind Hopkins, there aren't a lot of proven names.
That's why this position is such an important one to watch for the remainder of camp and the preseason.
One guy fighting for a spot has shown some impressive versatility thus far, and that's seventh-round pick Colton Dowell out of Tennessee-Martin. He's not just made a couple of touchdown grabs in camp, but he's shown an ability to stand out on special teams.
This is the type of player Sean McVay wants out of a late-round pick; a guy who can compete and hold his own as a reserve wideout but also make an impact on special teams. Dowell has the size at 6-foot-3 and above-average speed, which could make him a perfect gunner on punt team but also a developmental type on the outside at receiver.