Mike Evans, WR
The Bucs saw a distinct changing of the guard last year as Evans surpassed veteran Vincent Jackson as the primary target in the team's passing attack. He saw an increase in targets, receptions and receiving yards during his sophomore campaign, but it became quite the concern when his drops also increased and his touchdowns dropped from 12 in 2014 to just three last season. The hope is that a better performance out of quarterback Jameis Winston will help him along with the red zone targets again, but Evans will also need to take a step forward as well. He's got the size and speed to be a successful No. 1 receiver, but to truly join the elite, he'll need to prove he can do it regardless of who is throwing him the ball.