Self-explanatory. I'll go first. No, Lamar isn't on this list. I don't expect for him to break out, I expect for him to improve. Tim Williams- If anyone has to break out on the roster, it's Tim Williams. When your best pass rusher on the exterior is Matt Judon, you have problems. Williams has the skillset to be a #1 pass rusher for a team, and he needs to get better. He's got the skills, he plays well when given the chance, he needs to work better on his preparation before games. If he is, expect a double digit sack season from him. My gut tells me he has a Jimmy Smith 2013 like breakout year. Hayden Hurst- I think if he's healthy to start the year, him and Andrews put up very similar numbers given that we had a QB who is absolutely obsessed with throwing to the tight end. The thing with Hayden is, when given the opportunity he played well with Lamar Jackson. He didn't get too many opportunities to put up stats, but look at the offense we were running. Hurst to me is going to be the scheme's best friend. Maxx Williams' replacement and an upgrade. He can play H-Back, inline, the slot. He proved to be a good blocker last year. I think he's a massive beneficiary of everything and is going to be one of many weapons we use. Given the talk from the coaching staff, it sounds like we have big plans for him. I wouldn't expect a dominant season given who our QB is, but I expect him to prove himself. Tony Jefferson- Earl Thomas is going to be the full time free safety, and I doubt they're going to switch him much. Jefferson is a very good in the box safety and a good zone defender. Weddle getting old did not help him at all. I think given that he's going to be more towards the line of scrimmage, he could turn in a pro bowl year. He's been a good player, but much maligned, since he's gotten here, but he played single high way too often and that's not his strength at all. Switching is necessary yes, but that much of it? Zach Seiler. I think he'll be the starting 5T by the end of the season, and a very good one. He knows how to penetrate and dominated his competition. I don't expect him to be elite, but given that Chris Wormley is nothing more than an average football player, I think Seiler has more potential and will make more big plays.