2. Kelvin Joseph
We're just as surprised as you. Seemingly on the roster bubble and on his final chance to prove himself to the Cowboys coaching staff, Joseph clearly entered organized team activities with a chip on his shoulder.
Joseph spent the first two years as an outside corner. Poor play last season restricted him to a special teams player. To start OTAs, Joseph has worked with the safeties, but saw most of his reps as a nickel cornerback, which he hasn't played since high school.
Though raw at the position, Joseph logged an impressive pass breakup during 7-on-7 drills. He would've blown up a short pass on the very next play, but Mike McCarthy has deemphasized contact this year.
It's extremely early in the process -- truly as early as can be -- but Joseph's performance has been a pleasant surprise. Consistency has always been the question with the 2021 second-round pick, but the first few practices have shown he has the physical tools to be a serviceable nickel corner.