Jordan Matthews, WR: No player has opened more eyes than Matthews, who makes 4-5 catches per practice that draw a reaction from the players. Matthews is currently running with second team, but that will be changing soon. "I've never seen a rookie do work like he can," said quarterback Mark Sanchez of Matthews. Watching Matthews, it's hard to disagree.
Matthews will likely see snaps in the slot (at least) this season. Jeremy Maclin is working his way back from an ACL injury and Riley Cooper is solid, but unspectacular. There is opportunity in this offense if Matthews has a great summer, and by most accounts he has. He's an upside pick in the later rounds.