The 2014 Buccaneer draft review

1Mike EvansWR
2Austin Seferian-JenkinsTE
3Charles SimsRB
5Kadeem EdwardsG
5Kevin PamphileT
6Robert HerronWR
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The Bucs picked from 7th through 3rd in each round starting with the 13th pick in the first round. The 4th round pick was traded to the NY Jets for Darrelle Revis. The Bucs sent a 7th and 2015 5th round picks to Buffalo for an additional 5th round pick. The Bucs obtained a 6th round pick from Buffalo for Mike Willams. The Bucs sent a 6th round pick to Chicago for T Gabe Carimi.

1 - WR Mike Evans - Texas A&M
Had an outstanding rookie season and one of the finest by a first year NFL receiver ever recorded. Set a franchise record with 12 touchdown receptions in a season and went over the 1,000-yard mark in the final game of the season. Was a first-team All-American at Texas A&M with 151 receptions in his 26 career games, all starts.

2 - TE - Austin Seferian-Jenkins - Washington
Started all but one game he played in but was hampered by injury early in the season and then into December before being placed on IR with two weeks remaining on the season. Showed the highs and lows of his character with a TD reception against Minnesota followed by a costly 15-yard penalty for the celebration routine he performed. Had 146 receptions for 1,840 yards and 21 touchdowns in his career at Washington starting the last 28 games he played.

3 - RB - Charles Sims - West Virginia
Highly-rated receiving back who was injured in pre-season and placed on Injured Reserve with the Bucs using their one exemption to active him at mid season. Played in the final eight games of the season seeing more playing time as the year wore on and scored his first NFL touchdown in the season finale against New Orleans.

5 - G - Kadeem Edwards - Purdue
Made the 2014 roster as a rookie as a back-up on the offensive line but was a gameday inactive for the first nine weeks of the season before being placed on Injured Reserve. Had started 21 games for the Purdue Boilermakers including all 12 in his senior season at left tackle.

5 - T - Kevin Pamphile - Tennessee State
Was a gameday inactive for the first two months and then saw playing time on kick protection units before making a pair of starts as a tackle-eligible in run formations. Also saw some playing time at both tackle positions in the final two games of the season. Started 41 of his 45 career games in college and started all 14 games for Tennessee State as a senior earning first-team FCS All-American honors.

6 - WR - Robert Herron - Wyoming
Played in half of the games as a rookie but wound up mostly being a gameday inactive by the end of the season. Recorded his first NFL touchdown in the road game in New Orleans. Started 27 of his 42 career games at Wyoming with 152 catches for 2,030 yards.