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Don't look now, but the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have quietly assembled one of the most talented offenses in the entire NFL, and this year's seventh overall pick, Mike Evans, is a big part of that.
Quarterback is still a big question mark, but it's hard to ignore the guys around him. Vincent Jackson is one of the most dangerous wide receivers in the game, and Doug Martin is a very talented running back. Tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins and slot receiver Robert Herron were two other very good 2014 draft picks.
Evans, however, has the most potential of the bunch. At 6'5" with good speed and quickness and even better hands, he's a true physical specimen who should be able to adjust to the punishment of the NFL game relatively easily.
There are bound to be some mental hurdles for the 20-year-old to climb, but he's bound to see single coverage most of the season because of Jackson's presence on the other side of the field. He could easily get 55 catches, 900 yards and seven touchdowns because of the huge mismatch he presents.