4. Jalen Tolbert sees the light bulb come on
One of the biggest disappointments from 2022 was the lack of production from third-round pick Jalen Tolbert. The rookie from South Alabama came into the league with a lot of promise but when the preseason began, it was evident that he wasn't ready for the spotlight.
This led to him hardly seeing the field as a rookie and he finished with just two receptions — and one incredibly costly penalty in the loss to the Green Bay Packers.
Dallas showed some faith in him, however, when they elected not to draft another wideout until Round 7. That's when they took Jalen Brooks from South Carolina, who has an outside shot of making the team but is far from guaranteed to push Tolbert down the depth chart.
With CeeDee Lamb, Brandin Cooks, and Michael Gallup on the roster, Tolbert needs to prove he can handle the fourth spot. Ideally, he won't see much of the field again but with some of the injury concerns Gallup has had in his career, he's going to be one play away from significant time.
If this prediction comes true, the Cowboys will feel comfortable with him in this role. Look for Tolbert to show that the light bulb has come on with at least three receptions and a touchdown catch.