4 Commanders players whose stock is soaring ahead of 2023 training camp

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Dyami Brown - Commanders WR

The Washington Commanders are expecting big things from their offense with Eric Bieniemy leading the charge. One player that could enhance their influence more than most is Dyami Brown, who'll get the opportunity to work with his former college quarterback Sam Howell heading into a crucial Year 3 of his professional career.

Brown's been almost an afterthought in the offensive gamelan so far despite being a third-round selection and having some intriguing physical skills. Pushing for targets with three prominent alternatives in the wide receiver room has been difficult, but the player is gradually coming to the fore based on those in attendance at early workouts.

Of course, having previous chemistry with Howell helps. The pair were a revelation together during their time at North Carolina and if they can bring this to the pros, it's something that won't go unnoticed by Bieniemy.

Brown's size, physicality, and ability to stretch the field offer something a little bit different. There should also be plenty of space for the wideout to work considering the more established figures that'll generate more attention from opposing coverages.

There is a long way to go and Brown must continue this impressive upturn when the pads start clapping at training camp. But his predicament is arguably better than many anticipated and something that's been a long time coming for the player.