Can Perriman, Miller, or others make a splash?
Unfortunately but not surprising to see, there are not any other wide on this entire ten-tier list of players. The Bucs have some returning faces in Watson and Wilson, who have been praised thus far in camp. Former first rounder Perriman, who flashed briefly with the Cleveland Browns last season and rookie Scotty Miller round out the group in Tampa Bay.
None of these guys have really proven much so far, but you can argue three of the four have never been given the chance to shine. Choosing one who has the most potential to breakout this year and to be the third receiver in Tampa Bay, it would be Perriman. What is good about all of these players is you do not have to draft any of them, but instead keep an eye on them throughout the season and add when needed on the waiver wire.
When it comes down to picking Buccaneers for your upcoming draft, I would highly recommend both Evans and Godwin in any scoring format. Proceed with caution with the rest of the wide receivers, but if one of the main two get hurt, go ahead and make an add because Winston will provide enough for two fantasy impact receivers.