2. Joseph Ngata
Justyn Ross is gone and that means we’ve got to see other wide receivers step up. Here comes Joseph Ngata.
Though Ngata played quite a bit during his freshman season, he didn’t garner many targets. That’s going to change immensely this time around.
It’s my expectation that Ngata will be the starter at the boundary position which means that he’ll be a focal point in the offense. Look for him to have a massive breakout year and to have analysts writing down his name as a potential ‘top-10 pick’ in the way-too-early 2022 NFL Draft.