The NFL offseason this year went back to what fans are used to with in-person draft and minicamps. We look at players who made an impact during the NFL minicamps.
After the minicamps, the teams would take a break until training camp, which would start late next month.
Standouts in NFL Minicamps
According to early NFL football betting odds reports, Isaiah Hodgins was one of the standouts during last year’s training camp. However, a shoulder injury held him on the sidelines for the whole season. At present, Hodgins is healthy and stood out during the Buffalo Bills minicamp.
In the Miami Dolphins minicamp, Trill Williams showed his versatility, potential, and range. According to online sports betting experts, the undrafted rookie had several pass breakups and an interception off Tua Tagovailoa.
Josh Uche looked like he’s ready to be a starter for the New England Patriots. He has the speed to become a pass-rusher, as seen in various drills during the minicamp.
Football betting experts are expecting CJ Mosley to have a bounce-back year. He opted out last year. Also, Mosley played only two games in 2019 due to several injuries. Mosley needs to prove himself during the training camp if he still one of the best off-ball linebackers in the NFL.
Sammy Watkins had the worst season last year. However, he was the best receiver during Baltimore’s minicamp. He had several contested grabs and made the best catch of the minicamp that resulted in a long touchdown reception.
Tee Higgins might be the best receiver of the Bengals in the 2020 season. However, he went unnoticed during the offseason. He seemed to be preparing for a big season this year.
Tommy Togiai showed quickness and power during the Browns’ minicamp. He is a vital part of the team’s offense as one of the defensive tackles.