Whichever combination of these players makes the final roster; their roles will likely be the same. These players will mostly be special teamers at some capacity, catch some passes in relief of the third-down back, and run the ball a limited number of times.
Ogunbowale is probably the most likely candidate of this group based on his captain status last season. As the special teams captain last season, Ogunbowale brings experience and leadership that Logan and Calais both lack. Ogunbowale also has experience in the system and knows what to look for pass-catching wise, which puts him in a decent position to return.
T.J. Logan was the primary kick returner last season for Tampa Bay and could retain that job. Logan has incredible speed and was a step up from Bobo Wilson in the return game, while also being a decent option as a pass-catching back.
Raymond Calais is the final player of this group and will have a difficult time moving forward based on his rookie status. Calais was a long shot in the seventh round, and Bruce Arians may decide that he wants to go with a proven player that can do the same thing as Calais. It is worth noting that Calais has excellent speed and a high upside as a return man, and the Bucs could find a way to keep him on the roster.
Player predictions: 50 rushing attempts for 150 yards, 30 receptions for 100 yards, one touchdown