The Buccaneers are a young team. In fact, it may end up being their youth that becomes their calling card. After a defensively heavy draft in 2019, two rookies will start for the Buccaneers on that side of the ball and four could feasibly play in the game. Wide receiver Scotty Miller, as the lone rookie on offense, should see time on special teams.
Oh, and speaking of special teams, it's now a unit that relies on a rookie: kicker Matt Gay.
Each new face has a story to tell. Hear from each member of the Bucs' draft class below:
First-round pick (No. 5 overall): LB Devin White
Second-round pick (No. 39 overall): CB Sean Murphy-Bunting
Third-round pick (No. 94 overall): CB Jamel Dean
Third-round pick (No. 99 overall): S Mike Edwards
Fourth-round pick (No. 107 overall): OLB Anthony Nelson
Fifth-round pick (No. 145 overall): K Matt Gay
Sixth-round pick (No. 208 overall): WR Scotty Miller
Seventh-round pick (No. 215 overall): DL Terry Beckner Jr.