2. Larry Rountree
Just like Guyton, Larry Rountree has not really made much of an impression thus far during Chargers training camp while those around him certainly have. Rountree came into camp battling for the RB3 spot with a chance of even being the backup running back if he took a big leap.
Instead, Rountree looks like he is the most likely running back to miss the roster as the rest of the room has seen its stock grow while Rountree has disappeared.
Rookie Isaiah Spiller has looked really solid during camp and is proving that he is going to have a sizeable role on this offense because of his ability to produce in the pass game as well. Spiller was drafted to be the team's RB2 and thus far, that is exactly how he has been utilized.
The more shocking standout thus far in camp is Joshua Kelley, who looked like the most likely to be cut before camp began. Fans and coaches alike have been raving about Kelley and how he came into camp as a transformed player. Not only is he more explosive carrying the ball but his pass protection has taken a leap, which is significant for LA.
Again, like Guyton, Rountree is going to have to put together some strong showings in the preseason or he may simply lose out on a roster spot.