Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports
Unlike Taylor, Jimmy Wilson wasn't ever expected to be much more than a backup at the NFL level.
But after getting drafted in the seventh-round in 2011, Wilson has continued to get better with each passing year.
In 2013, Wilson played in every game, doing most of his work as the nickel defensive back covering the slot receiver.
After struggling in the same role in 2012, Wilson took a big step forward in 2013.
When targeting Wilson, opposing quarterbacks completed 60 percent of their passes with one touchdown, two interceptions and just a 75.7 QB rating, via Pro Football Focus (subscription required).
It's obvious to anyone watching him play that Wilson is on the rise and he is capable of taking that major leap forward in 2014.
The question for him is the playing time. If Chris Clemons doesn't return, Wilson can become the team's new starting safety and his breakout potential is off the charts.
However, if Clemons does return then Wilson will be stuck fighting for playing time at cornerback with second-year players Jamar Taylor and Will Davis.
With that said, over his short time with the Dolphins, Wilson has shown very good playmaking ability and seemingly is only going to get better.
If given the opportunity, Wilson has a very good chance of putting together a breakout season in 2014.