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All the NFL Combine Content and the Largest Girls Flag Football Tournament in the Country | Carmen Catches Up

There's a lot to catch up on after a week in Indianapolis and after the Buccaneers Foundation hosted the largest high school girls flag football tournament in the country. Plus, social post of the day.


-If you missed anything – literally anything – from the NFL Scouting Combine last week, I guarantee we have you covered somewhere on the website.

You need recaps of on-field testing and drills? We got you on each day.

You need storylines from the week? We got those, too.

View interview photos of HC Bruce Arians, GM Jason Licht and draft prospects at the 2020 NFL Combine in Indianapolis.

-The domino effect of the Combine comes down in the form of major draft pundits releasing brand new mock drafts with all the information they learned in Indianapolis. NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah has the Bucs taking LSU edge defender K'Lavon Chaisson, who is a name that has become increasingly linked to Tampa Bay as more and more mocks evolve.

ESPN's Todd McShay did the same, though went a completely different direction. He has the Bucs taking a running back with the 14th overall pick in Georgia's D'Andre Swift, who didn't have the flashiest of Combine performances, but solidified his skillset that speaks for itself after back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons at Georgia.

-Outside of the draft, the Buccaneers themselves and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Foundation were busy hosting the largest girls flag football tournament in the nation back at AdventHealth Training Center. Over 57 teams and 1,200 high school girls participated in the Girls Flag Football Preseason Classic, a round-robin style tournament that featured a 'Friday Night Lights' matchup between two flag football powerhouses in Alonso and Robinson High Schools, both 2019 state champs in their respective classes.

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