Looking back at the Buccaneers draft class of 2013.
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When talking about the Buccaneers, there is a lot to look forward to. With the addition of players like Noah Spence, they sport a front seven that is ready to dominate. Between the guys up front, and players like Kwon Alexander at linebacker, this group is going to be a force for years.
The offense presents a franchise quarterback in Jameis Winston who, although flawed, is going to get better and better with each snap he takes. His pairing with Mike Evans is a duo that has the potential to make magic happen for a long time in Tampa Bay.
So there is a bright future ahead. This morning, instead of looking ahead, we are looking back. They say that four years is enough time to evaluate a draft class. They have played out their rookie contracts and have had sufficient time to adjust to the pro game. That means we are turning the clock back to 2013.
Mark Dominik chose an interesting and diverse class of players that season. How would we evaluate them now? Let’s see.