Examining the Buccaneers’ Choices at Third Wide Receiver
One more player for you to consider, Bucs’ fans.
Dye is yet another undrafted free agent on the depth chart, coming to Tampa from a little school known as Heidelberg. In 2013 at Heidelberg, Dye posted 700 receiving yards on 29 receptions, with eight touchdowns. His competition being at the level it was is concerning, however, as he makes the transition to an NFL player.
He did see exposure in 2015 with the Bucs, even starting six games. He posted 11 receptions for 132 yards and one touchdown. Dirk trusted Dye as an offensive coordinator, could he trust him again to be the third wide receiver, now that he is the head coach?
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Prediction: Kenny Bell
Humphries will more than likely head into training camp as the third man on the wide receiver depth chart. It makes sense, as he achieved the most success last season. But with training camp approaching, and Bell healthy, the Bucs’ staff will get their chance to take a long look at the young man. When they do, they will see that he has the most upside.