With minicamp wrapped up, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a clear path to training camp in July. The players now have six weeks to get ready to fight for their spots on the depth chart.
While many positions are essentially settled, there are still starting spots to be determined as well as the depth at cornerback, guard and running back.
The Bucs need players who will fit head coach Lovie Smith's vision for the team. Namely he needs Tampa 2 prototypes in the secondary, as well as athletic offensive linemen and weapons in the pass game for offensive coordinator Jeff Tedford's scheme.
The players most likely to make noise on the depth chart are those who were drafted or signed by Smith's administration or experienced players who were on the cusp of breaking through last year.
Here are five Buccaneers players who are primed to climb the depth chart in 2014.