DEPTH CHARTS FEATURE - What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said before MIKE EVANS made the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' depth chart: Texas A&M, 6046 231 4.53. Junior entry. Two-year starter. Was red-shirted in 2011. A big athletic target who will reach and extend for high passes and out jumps most defensive backs. Averaged 20.2 yards per catch on his 69 catches. Tough to jam at the line of scrimmage because of size and strength. A power player who lacks short area quickness. A mismatch nightmare in the slot or outside as an X or Z receiver. He establishes position with his hands like a basketball player. Tough to press or jam because of size and strength. Improved on his receiver nuances like coming back to the ball in 2013. Can be a feature receiver on the next level. Johnny Manziel’s go-to guy over the past two seasons. Good ball skills and a wing span radius of 82 1/4'. Has the size and physical style of play to create mismatches with corners and linebackers. Does a good job of adjusting his route if there are protection breakdowns and finds the open area. Needs work on his patterns but he can drive his man off and set up the route. Needs to be smoother in his footwork and body balance. Will need to improve techniques of getting off big press corners. Walls off defenders as a pass blocker. Can track the deep ball over his shoulder. No blind spots. Can make the catch. Loses his poise and focus at times in the heat of the battle and hurts his team with penalties. 2013 stats: 69-1394, 20.2 ypr, 12 TD. OSR:20/46. First round. (A-35 1/8, H-9 5/8, VJ-37, SS-4.26).