This Friday the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will start their rookie minicamp, and it will give Tampa Bay their first look on their 2019 draft class on the field. A class headed by rookie MLB Devin White who was drafted number five overall out of LSU.
Bucs rookie minicamp starts Friday, and I can confirm more tryout players — there will be 26 total. Among the new names: Former FSU and Kansas tight end Mavin Saunders, who was at Browns minicamp this weekend. Good size at 6-5, 256, just 20 catches in college career.
— Greg Auman (@gregauman) May 7, 2019
The Bucs have also invited 26 other players to this year’s minicamp on a tryout basis, per Greg Auman of the Athletic. Among those players are former FSU TE Mavin Saunders and C Alec Eberle. Saunders attended Cleveland’s minicamp last weekend, but at this point merely just adds depth during camp.