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5 Players who Stood Out at 2nd Mini-Camp

Who stood out during the Buccaneers' second mini-camp practice on Wednesday.

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There were two impressive deep passes during practice, and both were caught by running backs. Mike James hauled in a 40-yard bomb from Mike Glennon down the left sideline on Wednesday and was one of the Bucs' most productive runners catching passes out of the backfield. The other deep ball was caught by Doug Martin down the opposite sideline from Jameis Winston.

2. LB Lavonte David
For the majority of OTAs, and even the first day of mini-camp, it was Danny Lansanah creating turnovers for the Bucs' defense. Wednesday Lavonte David got his turn, making an athletic interception off of Jameis Winston during seven-on-seven drills.

3. TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins
The Bucs' tight ends, as a group, were highly productive during practice. But Austin Seferian-Jenkins may have been the most active. He worked with several different groups and came on strong for 11-on-11 drills during the final 30 minutes of practice. Brandon Myers also had one of his better days of practice.

4. WR Mike Evans
Like Seferian-Jenkins, Evans was more productive on Wednesday than he had been in days past. There weren't any one-handed, highlight reel catches to speak of, but Evans caught a few more balls than he did on Tuesday, or near the end of OTAs.

5. CB Alterraun Verner
Verner and Johnthan Banks have been the two starting corners for most of OTAs and mini-camp so far and both have, at times, shown flashes. On Wednesday, although he didn't intercept a pass, Verner got his hands on a few balls and was generally sound in coverage.

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