Now with the rookies in the building, and rookie mini-camp out of the way, which of the undrafted rookie free agents have the best chance of making the Buccaneers final 53 man roster?
General manager Jason Licht and the Buccaneers‘ brass have done a fantastic job this off-season through the draft process. Not only did they add a total of six players through the draft that can immediately find their way onto the field, but they also have brought in quality depth competition in their crop of undrafted rookie free agents.
Depth is important for a team looking to turn the corner, and Licht was able to address the positions that needed it most. Heading into this off-season depth at offensive tackle, linebacker, and cornerback were essential needs for this Bucs team. Lo and behold that was exactly what was targeted after all seven rounds were finished. They used the process as it should be used, to fill in gaps that weren’t worked on during the NFL draft itself.
Which of these guys have the most potential? Who might we see on the field when week one rolls around? Today we will take a look at five of these undrafted rookie free agents who have the best chance of making this roster, starting off with my personal favorite.