Kenny Stills – Wide Receiver
Kenny Stills brings the speed that Koetter is looking for and if given the chance, I’m sure staying in Florida would be his preference. Becoming the number two guy opposite a player like Mike Evans will likely get him better looks and increased targets based on the coverage shifting over to Mike. Stills finished as Miami’s third highest ranked receiver in terms of targets (81), receptions (42), and yards (726). He led the team in touchdowns with nine, had ten receptions over twenty yards, had 180 yards after catch, and led the team with a 17.3 yards per catch average.
Basically, he’s the deep threat Jameis needs and Koetter is looking for.
The crazy thing is, Stills will be entering his fifth year and is turning 25 in April. This kid is still young enough to be part of the young nucleus the Buccaneers are constructing and could be around for quite a few years. Speed guys don’t usually get those mega-deals, so Stills could be another affordable option.