WR Mike Evans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

HT: 6-5, WT: 231, Born: 8-21-1993, College: Texas A&M, Drafted: Round 1, Pick 7

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2014 Projections

David Dodds16.
Bob Henry16.
Jason Wood16.
Maurile Tremblay16.

Average draft position

Current as of August 25th. [Full ADP list]

Overall: D Bowe (109), C Hyde (110), Mike Evans (111), M Bennett (112), B Roethlisberger (113)
Position: K Benjamin (107-WR39), D Bowe (109-WR40), Mike Evans (111 - WR41), D Hopkins (118-WR42), T Austin (120-WR43)
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PPR Average draft position

Current as of August 25th. [Full PPR ADP list]

Overall: D Bowe (103), K Moreno (104), Mike Evans (105), D Freeman (106), T West (107)
Position: K Benjamin (98-WR38), D Bowe (103-WR39), Mike Evans (105 - WR40), R Cooper (109-WR41), J Hunter (110-WR42)
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Tampa Bay selected Mike Evans with the seventh overall draft pick this offseason. As a prospect, Evans has hulking dimensions at 6'5", more than 230 pounds, and a tremendous wingspan. Evans will barely be 21 years old for his first NFL game and with only one productive season in college, he is more of a wildcard than most top-10 selections. Mike Evans joins Vincent Jackson as one of the biggest wide receiver tandems in NFL history. Evans excels down the field, winning jump balls and working his way back to a quarterback in distress. He was a perfect fit with Johnny Manziel during their time together at Texas A&M. With little competition on the wide receiver depth chart for playing time, Evans is slated to see significant opportunity in his rookie season. Refinement of his short and intermediate routes will be key to his immediate success. Evans will consistently see single coverage opposite Vincent Jackson and, at a minimum, will be a threat for a long touchdown or red zone opportunity any given week.

Latest News

Buccaneers | Mike Evans makes history (Sun Feb 28, 05:13 PM) - Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Mike Evans is the only player in NFL history to record at least 1,000 receiving yards in each of his first seven seasons in the league.

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2014 Schedule

1 Carolina Panthers
2 St. Louis Rams
3at Atlanta Falcons
4at Pittsburgh Steelers
5at New Orleans Saints
6 Baltimore Ravens
Bye week
8 Minnesota Vikings
9at Cleveland Browns
10 Atlanta Falcons
11at Washington Redskins
12at Chicago Bears
13 Cincinnati Bengals
14at Detroit Lions
15at Carolina Panthers
16 Green Bay Packers
17 New Orleans Saints