3. WR Amari Rodgers
Amari Rodgers suffered an injury last spring that had him going through rehab throughout the entire summer and most of fall camp.
Though Rodgers returned during the Texas A&M game and played the rest of the season, he wasn’t targeted as many times as the Tigers probably would’ve liked.
Rodgers will be able to get to 100 percent this season and is going to be one of Trevor Lawrence’s top options in the receiving game.
He’s going to be tasked with being an underneath option and coming up with some big plays with his shiftiness and athleticism.