In 2021 and 2022, Sean Tucker was one of the most productive running backs in college football as he had over 2,500 rushing yards and 27 total touchdowns. The former Syracuse Orange running back would go undrafted but signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Unlike the other three running backs on this list, Tucker doesn't have a clear path to a starting role and rather the best scenario for next season is a split backfield with Rachaad White. However, Tucker is more of a volume running back and this could help take some of the work off White, who really excels in the receiving game.
It wouldn't be surprising if in 2024, Tucker saw 10-12 carries a game, and if by chance White missed any time, then Sean Tucker's value jumps into the RB2 range. This potential is worth stashing on the bench now to see how the Bucs depth chart shakes out in the offseason and into next season.