1. Eddie Jackson
Jackson may be the most unlikely of the group, but he has the talent to win a starting safety job. Of course, first Jackson needs to overcome a broken leg. Still, he should be good to go by training camp and should be spending a lot of time learning the playbook.
Having his first real practices be in training camp is not how a fourth round pick wins a job by week one. However, the second safety job next to Quintin Demps should not be locked up by any stretch. Of Adrian Amos, Harold Jones-Quartey, Deiondre Hall, Deon Bush and DeAndre Houston-Carson, Jackson may have the most upside and athletic intuition.
He is a versatile player with a knack for finding the ball. He is a player who will not let go of a starting position when he gets it, but it may not be until later in the season when he gets a chance.