Joshua Moore and D’Shawn Jamison
JMoore was more or less the fifth wide receiver on the depth chart, however, he played just four games this season after suffering a severe shoulder injury in mid-October. In the four games he played Moore caught seven passes for 53 yards, including a 27-yard diving touchdown against USC.
Moore should be ready to go come spring. Depending on whether Humphrey and Johnson declare for the NFL, Moore could be anywhere from the fourth WR to one of the main guys in 2019.
Jamison was a defensive back in high school but his explosiveness had him moved to the offensive side of the ball in the fall. Herman had a lot of depth in the defensive backfield and was missing a speedy offensive weapon to run the jet sweep, a wrinkle he loves to run.
Jamison became that guy.
The Lamar High School product started seeing a lot of action in the slot once Moore went out with an injury. Once or twice a game, Herman would draw up some sort of jet sweep or screen to Jamison to keep the defense honest. Many other times they faked this action to get a linebacker or safety to take one step in the wrong direction.
Jamison has a strong future in the burnt orange and white and he should see his role grow in 2019.