A look at 5 takeaways from last weekend's Rookie Mini-Camp.
1 / 5
Draft guru Mike Mayock called Sims, "as good a receiver out of the backfield as any running back in this draft," and it's not likely the Bucs would have used a third-round pick on a more conventional runner given their already-loaded backfield. - Scott Smith
2 / 5
"He was the fastest guy on the team at one point...He's a great athlete. He can jump high, he can run, he can make plays, he can cover guys in the slot." - Mike Evans on former Texas A&M Teammate Nate Askew
3 / 5
Evans and incumbent Vincent Jackson seem like the obvious starting duo, but the competition for the slot-receiver job – as well as fourth, fifth and maybe even sixth spots on the depth chart – appears wide open. - Scott Smith
4 / 5
It's likely that Evans will start right out of the gate, and second-round tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins has a chance to do the same. But both rookies arrived in Tampa with the intent of putting their heads down and working hard each day. - Scott Smith
5 / 5
Wyoming's Brett Smith, an undrafted free agent signing from the previous weekend, was the only quarterback in town, so he was a very busy man. Smith might have been tired by the end of the weekend, but his coach believes it was a good experience for him. - Scott Smith
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