Rakim Jarrett, WR
Perhaps the most popular UDFA sleeper this side of Sean Tucker to earn a roster spot was Maryland wide receiver Rakim Jarrett.
Heading into camp, Jarrett was getting praised by offensive coordinator Dave Canales, and he lived up to the billing in short order. What makes Jarrett's rise even more impressive is that he missed some time in camp with an injury, something that caused him to sit out of valuable practice time and miss the Bucs first preseason game.
He wasted no time in showing Bucs fans what they were missing when he made his debut against the New York Jets in Week 2 of the preseason.
With Russell Gage already out for the season with an injury, the Bucs are going to need a lot of what Jarrett offeres this season.
He projects to be WR6 on the depth chart, but we'll probably be seeing a lot of him in various schemes throughout the season. Dave Canales made his bones in Seattle coaching up guys like Jermaine Kearse and Doug Baldwin and turning them into important pieces of Super Bowl-contending offenses.
Imagining what Canales can do with not only Jarrett but fellow rookie Trey Palmer, in addition to Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, is an exciting thought for Bucs fans to ponder.