3. Jalen Camp becomes one of the Jackets top WRs
Jalen Camp is a bit of a forgotten receiver on the Jackets roster but he may have the most talent of any receiver on the roster. While Ricky Jeune is going to be the Jackets top receiver throughout the season, Camp is a potential breakout candidate for the Jackets on offense. At least when considering how much the Jackets use their wide receivers.
Camp will finish the 2017 season with 15 receptions for 240-yards and two touchdowns. Come 2018, expect Camp to replace Jeune as the Jackets top receiver. That being said expect current #2 wide receiver Brad Stewart to have a great year himself in 2017.