Jul 25, 2013; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Danny Gorrer (36) intercepts the ball during training camp at One Buccaneer Place. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Power Rankings: Ranking The Best Players on the Bucs' Roster

One game is in the books, and there were a few players making moves up or down in our rankings. The biggest gainer is Jonathan Casillias, while the biggest slip goes to Dekoda Watson. Danny Gorrer is the only newcomer to the rankings.

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Rank Player Synopsis Change
1 Vincent Jackson Another week, more proof, clear number one. -
2 Gerald McCoy Only got a few plays, and didn’t have much imapct, but cant dock him for it -
3 Darrelle Revis Might play in preseason game three? Might. ↑1
4 Doug Martin Can’t wait to see more Martin as the weeks progress ↓1
5 Josh Freeman Second drive looked good, and been sharp in camp. ↑2
6 Levonte David Eight plays on the field, one sack. Can’t complain. ↑1
7 Dashon Goldson Didn’t do anything wrong, but we never saw the hawk pose. I’m dying for it. ↓2
8 Donald Penn Still everything we want. -
9 Carl Nicks Not on the field yet, but needs to be soon to get back in the swing. -
10 Davin Joseph See Nicks. -
11 Adrian Clayborn Deserves to move down, we need much more. No one stole his spot. -
12 Mark Barron Have the tape cued up to record the next big hit, time to give me one. -
13 Mike Williams Keep doing your thing. -
14 Mason Foster Nothing to say, which might be a good thing. -
15 Jeremy Zuttah Please stay healthy, never given me reason to doubt, but it”s almost like his turn. Hope not. ↑1
16 Leonard Johnson Looks ready to be the first non-Revis CB. ↑2
17 Demar Dotson Still not the best RT in football. Hey, you said it Demar, not me. ↑2
18 Da’Quan Bowers Was given every chance to make an impact in game one. Simply didn’t. More chances coming. ↓3
19 Gary Gibson Wasn’t impressed, but no reason to be upset. ↑1
20 Akeem Spence Similar to Gibson. I know there’s not much room to make big plays, but I want separation. ↑1
21 Dekoda Watson Big drop because of Casillias’ rise. Watson was the clear stater, it looks more like a tie now. ↓5
22 Jonathan Casillas Played well vs. Baltimore. Keep it up and he’ll get his shot. ↑3
23 Tom Crabtree One big play does not move you up my rankings. -
24 Danny Gorrer Came up with the one big play, and actually caught the ball this time. ↑2
25 Jamon Meredith Three slot slide is harsh, but so is life as an offensive lineman. ↓3

Honorable mentions (in no order) :  Johnthan Banks, Mike Glennon

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