Austin Seferian-Jenkins is ready to make an impact. After missing a significant part of 2014 with injuries, Seferian-Jenkins has established himself as the Bucs’ starting tight end and go-to receiving threat in between the hash marks. He had two catches for 25 yards, but looked most impressive in practice. It was routine to see him catch 15 to 20-yard passes down the seam.
New OC Dirk Koetter has a history of featuring the tight end, coaxing a 58-700-10 season out of Marcedes Lewis in 2010 to go along with the 176 catches for 1,965 yards and 16 touchdowns in two seasons with Tony Gonzalez in 2012-2013. Seferian-Jenkins had an injury-riddled rookie season, but is a breakout candidate in his second season with a new quarterback and offensive coordinator.