DeVier Posey, who was drafted in the third round of the NFL draft, is in the exact opposite situation that Keshawn Martin is.
Posey was selected to take over the job of the released Jacoby Jones as the team's third receiver, and for good reason.
Posey had an excellent career at Ohio State University, where he flashed potential of having the skills to be a big-time receiver in the NFL. He caught everything that was thrown at him, ran great routes and made huge plays for the offense.
Then, after the Ohio State scandal, he was suspended for 10 games in his final year in college, which may have hindered his development as a player.
This fact caused him to drop all the way to the third round to the Texans on draft day, and it may be causing him to lose his grip on the third receiving job.
Posey has been incredibly inconsistent so far this offseason, and it has led to wide receivers coach Larry Kirksey to say that Keshawn Martin is actually ahead of Posey at this point.
Posey has been stellar at certain times during OTAs, but other times he has played like a lackluster athlete. He could very well drop far short of his expectations and receive little playing time in the regular season.