7. Eric Ebron, TE: Following his pedestrian rookie season, some critics hastily deemed that Ebron, the No. 10 overall pick in 2014, was a bust. With only 25 catches for 248 yards and one TD, the stats weren’t eye-popping, but several of the offensive players’ numbers dropped last year. Teammates said Ebron matured in the offseason and he seems set for increased production this year. In fairness, Ebron had to learn several positions — H-Back, receiver and tight end — last year, which is a lot for a rookie. A year under his belt should make him more comfortable with multiple responsibilities.
Daniel Mears, Detroit News