I would say slim to none he plays RB or WR. I believe he has outstanding athleticism. But he isn't an upgrade over any of our top 4 RBs at RB, nor the top 3 slot receiver options at the slot. How Peters does is going to determine IWills playing time.So does this mean that he is more likely to redshirt in an effort to play QB his entire time here? What are the chances that they put some packages together to get the ball in his hands at least a couple times a game at RB or WR? If he has game-changing athleticism, I don't think Lovie and co. can afford to have him on the sidelines - especially in a make or break season like this one.
Think of it this way, if Peters even comes close to what his rankings were coming out of HS, then we are going to be in bowl contention. Your then getting him back next year, with a year under his belt in this system and an easier schedule. Peters needs all the reps he can get IMO