Rookie cornerback Leonard Johnson has impressed so far this season. He could end up being the Bucs’ secret weapon in the secondary.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers drafted Gerald McCoy third overall in the 2010 NFL Draft. He has been hindered by injures. McCoy has not played a full season so far but will hopefully do so in 2012.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers didn’t draft E.J. Biggers till the seventh round of the 2009 NFL Draft. He ended up being injured his entire first season. He got his first shot to play in Week One of the 2010 season. He replacement the suspended Aqib Talib and Biggers hasn’t looked back since.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Michael Bennett has been in the league for four years but has yet to have a break out season, until now. Bennett seems to be putting up career numbers and you often hear his name for good things. Tampa Bay head coach Greg Schiano hopes he can continue with his success on a continuous basis.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ wide receiver Mike Williams has had an impressive career so far. He is not the tallest receiver in the league, but he does not find that a challenge. In his rookie year, he set a franchise record with 11 touchdown receptions and in this season he has a career-best 65-yard reception.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman has had an amazing career so far, from high school through his time with the NFL. He is not just a great player, but a great person, helping out the community and reaching out to youth.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers kicker Connor Barth had an amazing high school and college career, but was not drafted by an NFL team. After joining the league as a free agnet, he played for two different teams in his first two seasons before signing with the Buccaneers. In Tampa, he has made a statement and the Bucs took notice giving him the franchise tag.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Mason Foster may not be a player that many fans think of as a breakout star, but he is an underrated player that gets results. Foster is a hard worker that goes out and does his job every game.
Ronde Barber may be the best cornerback that has ever played the game. He has beaten the odds, playing at the age of 37 in his 16th NFL season, all with the same team. It’s no wonder most Bucs fans call Ronde their favorite player.
Clearwater, Florida native Leonard Johnson is ready to help the Bucs succeed.