At last count, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers had signed around 12 undrafted free agents, the majority of which looked like mere camp bodies. But with how fast-paced this week has been, plenty can change in the course of a day. The Bucs signed four more undrafted free agents yesterday, making this their updated list of signings (courtesy of NE Patriot’s Draft):
LB Nick Reveiz,Tennessee
LB Derrell Smith, Syracuse
WR Raymond Webber, Arkansas Pine-Bluff
WR Detron Lewis, Texas Tech
RB Mossis Madu, Oklahoma
QB Mike Coughlin, Boise State
RB Armando Allen, Notre Dame
C Matt Allen, Texas A&M
OL Corey Brandon, Oklahoma
LB Brandon Heath, Louisville
K Josh Jasper, LSU
LS Christian Yount, UCLA
WR Jock Sanders, West Virginia
LS Aaron Feld, Mississippi State
S Devin Holland, McNeese State
OL Quinton Boders, Union College
OL Thomas Claiborne, Boston College
See here for a full list of other teams’ UFA signings.
These signing should have little impact on the Bucs’ final 2011 roster, as undrafted free agents typical don’t last any longer than training camp, but Sander over at Bucs Nation has pointed out three UFAs that could potentially make the Bucs’ roster. These players are wide receiver Raymond Webber, running back Armando Allen Jr., and linebacker Nick Reveiz.
For complete scouting reports on them, I recommend you check out Sander’s full article at Bucs Nation. None of these players looks like an impact signing (which is why they went undrafted in the first place), but they could still possibly be useful role players and contribute in certain situations.