DaMarkus Lodge, WR, Ole Miss
Lodge is the often overlook third member of the former Ole Miss wide receiver trio consisting of A.J. Brown and D.K. Metcalf, and surprisingly went undrafted after being projected to be a early day-three selection. Lodge has all the tools to be a solid third wide receiver in the Bucs offense if he can figure out his issues with catching the ball.
Lodge is essentially currently a 50/50 wide receiver which may be tough for Jameis Winston to overlook. If consistent plays cannot be made catches the trust of the quarterback and coaches will be extremely hard to come by.
In just one year of action at Ole Miss, Lodge managed 65 catches for 877 yards and four touchdowns. At the combine, Lodge ran a 4.55 second 40 yard dash, but did not display great explosiveness elsewhere.
Lodge has tons of big play upside and fished some serious potential at Ole Miss. If Lodge can channel his talents, clear his head and eliminate bad drops he will not only be a roster lock, but a possible starter by the end of the season.