Breaking News: Another Top Washington pipeline Tight End Confirm Drafted By The Bucs

The Bucs returned to the Washington pipeline to choose tight end Devin Culp at pick No. 246 to cap off their 2024 NFL Draft class.

During his tenure with the Huskies, which lasted from 2018 until 2023, Culp didn’t produce much. In 54 games (26 starts), he caught 66 receptions for 711 yards and four touchdowns.

But in 2023, when Washington advanced to the College Football Playoff championship, he enjoyed his best season. The 6-foot-3, 238-pound tight end was an All-Pac 12 honorable mention. He caught 16 catches for 208 yards (an average of 13.0 yards) and two touchdowns.

zero volumeThe new tight end for the Bucs needs to be more reliable with his hands—during his time at Washington, he dropped 12 passes—and work on running his routes and blocking routes.

He did, however, perform an exciting 4.47 40-yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine, demonstrating his explosive speed for his position. During his time with the Huskies, he played 54 games and didn’t miss a single one, demonstrating his remarkable durability during his collegiate career.

At the Combine, Culp told Pewter Report that he spoke with the Bucs informally as well as formally. He talked extensively about how much he would like to get back together with some of his former Washington colleagues in Tampa. He will now have the chance to accomplish it.

Devin Culp will reunite with his teammates from the Huskies, fulfilling his wish.

It’s undeniable that the Bucs adore selecting guys out of the University of Washington. Jason Licht picked three tight ends for the Huskies: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Cade Otton, and now Devin Culp.

Along with Vita Vea and Joe Tryon-Shoyinka, two former Huskies defensive linemen, Licht also signed Greg Gaines in the summer and re-signed him last month.

The wide receiver Jalen McMillan of Washington was most recently selected by Tampa Bay in the third round of the 2024 Draft.

Culp gushed over his old friend Otton during an Indianapolis Pewter Report interview.

Saying of Otton, “Man, that’s my big brother,” Culp exclaimed. I spent a great deal of time playing and observing Cade. He has consistently supported me. When I was going through a difficult period, he would always be the first to text, hug, or just ask how I was feeling. I therefore have the utmost respect for Cade.

Culp also discussed his interactions with a few other former Washington players who are currently on the Bucs roster. That includes Tryon-Shoyinka, another former teammate.

That right there is also my older brother. That’s my guy, man,” Culp remarked. He also played the big brother role in my life, always being there for me when I needed him.

We had a great deal of time together. Since Joe likes to joke about and such, I just found it enjoyable to be around him to laugh and generally lift my spirits.

Culp got along well with Otton and Tryon-Shoyinka, and during his rookie season with the Huskies, he was even roommates with Gaines. There was a grin on his face in Indiana at the thought of rejoining his former comrades with the Bucs.

According to Culp, “that would be a great blessing.” “I am aware that Tampa supports the Dawgs. It would be wonderful to be with Joe and Cade again.

Additionally, Greg Gaines acted as a big brother figure to me. In fact, Greg and I shared a locker during my first year of college in 2018, and he has always been really kind to me. So to be reunited with all those guys would be fantastic.

And I’ve only ever heard positive things about Vita Vea—both as a leader and as someone who would show the Dawgs affection if they ever visited Tampa. Thus, I would be thrilled to take part in and go through that alongside them.

The possibility of reuniting with his fellow Huskies is now a possibility.

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