Callaway drew three starts last year and had a 10-target game in another. In those four games he caught 18-of-24 targets for 186 yards and no touchdowns. His 1.56 yards per route run in those games is comparable to what Marvin Jones, Mike Williams and Laviska Shenault posted last season (~64th-66th among the 112 eligible receivers, per PFF). Jeff Duncan of NOLA.com reported that Callaway has been the “breakout star” of camp while Smith has been sidelined with an unknown leg injury, though Smith returned to practice on August 17. With Michael Thomas likely to miss the first half of the season, Callaway could get off to a quick start. And now that Jameis Winston has been named the starter, Callaway’s star is on the rise.