7. Dom Smith
Dom Smith hasn't been the same since the shortened 2020 season, but that doesn't eliminate the possibility of him finding some level of success with the Nationals. Will he hit the tune of a .993 OPS like he did in 2020? Of course not, but he can improve from the .560 OPS he had last year. Any progress would be a welcome sight here regardless. His potential upside combined with his lackluster offense the past few years puts him right in the middle of the rankings.