Let's start with the rookies: Kendall Wright and Taylor Thompson.
Tennessee's first overall pick this year will see a good chunk of playing time, but don't expect him to be on the field every snap; Kendall Wright is not an every-down receiver.
He is a slot receiver who can also contribute in other situations when needed, and he stretch the field with his speed. Like I've said before, I think he'll have a lot of yards when he's on the field, but because of his height and his rookie status, I don't think he'll see a lot of touchdowns.
With Kenny Britt hopefully staying healthy, Jared Cook breaking out and Nate Washington coming off a career year, I don't expect Wright to be better than third in overall yards amongst receivers. If Britt suffers another injury, though, that might change.
Predicted 2012 Stats: 50 receptions, 600 receiving yards, four touchdowns.
Tennessee's other rookie who'll see some playing time is Taylor Thompson, the defensive end who's changing positions.
I don't think Thompson will show much more than flashes in his rookie year, but he will see some playing time, and some balls will go his way.
If he can block well, and apparently he can, he may see the field even more than most think, especially in the red zone, where his height would be a huge advantage.
Predicted 2012 Stats: 15 receptions, 120 yards, one touchdown.