When it comes to Jarvis Landry, I have already made the bold prediction that the rookie will lead the Dolphins in receptions in 2014.
While he has the ability to do that in his first year, that's a bit of a lofty goal for the purposes of this article.
Instead, we can focus on his position on the depth chart and, more importantly, his battle with Brandon Gibson for the No. 3 wide receiver spot.
All reports out of OTAs say that Landry has impressed early on.
According to Andrew Abramson of The Palm Beach Post, the rookie has picked up on the offense quickly and is getting plenty of looks both on the outside and in the slot.
Ryan Tannehill has said that Landry has some of the strongest hands he's ever seen. Cornerback Brent Grimes has also gone on record to praise the rookie, saying that he has a knack for making difficult catches, via Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk.
Meanwhile, Gibson missed the majority of OTAs and just recently was able to get back on the field to participate in practice, according to Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Gibson is eight months into rehabbing the torn patella tendon he suffered last season and is still not 100 percent.
This gives Landry the clear advantage early on to win the job. If the rookie is as good as everyone says he is, then he should have no problem holding on to it.
Training Camp Expectation: Win the No. 3 receiver job