Florida State's pro day is Tuesday, and given the amount of talent the Seminoles possess, the event will be packed with pro scouts and TV crews. In fact, FSU announced representatives from all 32 NFL teams will be on hand for the workout.
Of particular interest, of course, is Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston, the presumptive top pick in the draft. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Tennessee Titans own the first two picks, and those teams are in Tallahassee in force, NFL Media reporter Albert Breer reports. Breer says the Bucs have five representatives at FSU's pro day, including GM Jason Licht, coach Lovie Smith and offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter. Breer reports the Titans also have five, including GM Ruston Webster, coach Ken Whisenhunt and offensive coordinator Jason Michael.
Smith already has said it's not an erroneous assumption that the Bucs will be taking Winston with the No. 1 pick. Presumably, the Titans would be glad to snare Winston if the Bucs pass.
Winston isn't the only player teams want to see. Center Cameron Erving, defensive tackle Eddie Goldman and cornerback P.J. Williams are other potential first-rounders, while cornerback Ronald Darby, wide receiver Rashad Greene, defensive end Mario Edwards Jr., running back Karlos Williams, tight end Nick O'Leary, guards Tre' Jackson and Josue Matias and tackle/guard Bobby Hart also are potential picks.
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