Quincy Wilson Starting To Come Along: The first-team reps for Wilson haven’t been all his during OTAs and minicamp, but Monachino is seeing some strides in the rookie. “He’s in better shape, and he’s starting to show the talent that we looked at when we drafted him. He’s a great kid, first of all. He wouldn’t say ‘boo’ even if it was something scary, and the guys love him. Our players, all they care about it is can the guy line up out there on the widest receiver and stay attached to him in coverage, and this kid can. I think we’re in great shape with Quincy. I love the guy. I think he’s going to be a good player in this league.” Wilson should compete with veteran Rashaan Melvin for the starting job opposite Vontae Davis this year.