7.1 Hunter Renfrow WR Clemson
In 2018, Adam Humphries provided a nice safety valve for Jameis Winston, however he is set to hit the open market and demand more than the Bucs are able to give him, especially with Jarvis Landry setting the market for a slot receiver at $15 million annually. While Humphries will not demand that much in free agency, the team has bigger fish to fry and larger holes to fill.
Hunter Renfrow is not the biggest, fastest, strongest, and has really small hands, but the two-time national champion with the Clemson Tigers is a gamer. He would fit that mold of a quality slot receiver and a great replacement for Humphries. While his hands measured among the smallest at the Senior Bowl in Mobile at the Senior Bowl, the Senior receiver somehow still manages to catch everything thrown his way.
The 5’10 180 pound slot is battle tested, playing a total of 53 games for the Tigers over his four year career. Throughout that time, he has caught a total of 15 touchdowns, including a game-winner in the 2017 National Championship game. Over that span he has also added over 2,100 yards on 186 catches.