Bucs sign 18 UDFAs after first day of rookie minicamp

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers got a good look at the undrafted free agents and tryout players that attended the first day of its rookie minicamp on Friday, and they came away impressed enough to sign quite a few of them.

Team reporter Briana Dix tweeted on Friday that the team signed 18 undrafted rookies after Day 1 of rookie minicamp. The team could bring on more players as minicamp continues on Saturday and Sunday.

The Bucs signed quite a few WRs to shore up depth at that position, bringing on players like Maryland’s Rakim Jarrett and Kansas State’s Kade Warner, among others. A notable name missing is RB Sean Tucker out of Syracuse, but despite not being listed, Bucs reporter Greg Auman tweeted on Friday that he’s still expected to join the team.

Story originally appeared on Buccaneers Wire