4. Josh Jones
Josh Jones had a good training camp as a rookie last season and will take it to a higher level this time around. He’s a very passionate player and with a year of seasoning under his belt, he knows that it takes to get it done at the NFL level.
He also has a solidified position locked into this year. He knows he can focus all of his time and energy into learning the duties and responsibilities of the safety position in Mike Pettine’s defense.
Jones is an excellent athlete and that will be on full display in training camp. He will fly around all over and really establish himself as the starter over Kentrell Brice. The added motivation to become a full-time player will lead to him getting an early lead as the training camp MVP.