Number Two: Tony Jones Jr.
Tony Jones Jr. was signed by the New Orleans Saints as an undrafted free agent, but after watching his tape, I think he could be a big boom to the scene similar to how Deonte Harris burst onto the scene.
Unfortunately for Jones, he will not have a preseason to prove he can ball out in any games, but he will have an entire training camp which is slated to start this week. Jones has a lot of Alvin Kamara similarities but in a bit of a more powerful run style.
Notre Dame is a program that throws the ball a lot but Jones took advantage of his reps when he got them.
Jones, in three years at Notre Dame, recorded 271 rush attempts, 1,481 rushing yards, a 5.5 yards per carry average, 12 rushing touchdowns, 27 receptions, 273 receiving yards, 10.1 yards per reception, and two receiving touchdowns.
14 touchdowns in three seasons with barely any touches definitely raises my eyebrows. If he can make the roster by winning the number three running back battle against Dwayne Washington, I could see Tony Jones Jr. thriving in the NFL.