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Clemson running back Travis Etienne (9) runs for a touchdown during the first half of the ACC championship game against Notre Dame on Dec. 19, 2020, in Charlotte, N.C. Etienne finished his college career with 4,952 rushing yards and 102 receptions.
The ACC’s career rushing leader also had 48 receptions for the Tigers as a senior.
Examining some ballcarriers/backfield receiving targets who could fit nicely in the Bucs’ system.
How does one potential Bucs target stack up against the NFL star the Bucs passed on four years ago?
The defensive tackle is recovering from a torn quad and looking for a new team.

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  1. Dalvin Cook, left, of Florida State and Travis Etienne, right, of Clemson are arguably the top two running backs in ACC history.
  2. Like Clemson’s Travis Etienne, Alabama's Najee Harris (22) proved his reliability as a receiver but ranks slightly higher on most draft boards because of his size.
  3. Clemson running back Travis Etienne (9) runs for a touchdown during the first half of the ACC championship game against Notre Dame on Dec. 19, 2020, in Charlotte, N.C. Etienne finished his college career with 4,952 rushing yards and 102 receptions.
  4. Former Bengals running back Giovani Bernard, 29, has signed a one-year deal with the Bucs.
  5. Defensive tackle Gerald McCoy was sidelined by injury all of last season.
  6. Tony Finau reacts to a missed putt on the sixth hole during the third round of the Masters on Saturday.
  7. Bucs safety Antoine Winfield Jr. shows off the WWE championship belt the Bucs received after winning the Super Bowl during the boat parade celebration in February in Tampa.
  8. There was definite pressure on general manager Jason Licht, right, and the Bucs to make the right pick in 2019 when drafting No. 5 overall. Devin White didn't turn out so badly. This year, the pressure's off at No. 32.
  9. LSU wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase might be the safest opt-out pick in the draft.
  10. Former Miami Hurricanes star Gregory Rousseau is one of the elite opt-outs complicating this year's NFL draft.
  11. Tom Brady sat down with Michael Strahan Wednesday on Good Morning America to talk about winning Super Bowl 55.
  12. Ashley Solis, the first woman to file sexual assault claims against Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson, wipes away tears while giving her statement during a news conference Tuesday in Houston. Attorney Tony Buzbee sits next to her.
  13. Bucs quarterback Tom Brady embraces Chiefs counterpart Patrick Mahomes after Tampa Bay's 31-9 victory in Super Bowl 55 at Raymond James Stadium. The pair reportedly shot a commercial at Carrollwood Day School on Tuesday.
  14. WWE global ambassador Titus O'Neil thanks executives from the Tampa Bay area's four professional sports teams during a community event on Tuesday.
  15. Bucs wide receiver Antonio Brown, who signed with the team last November, had one of his two playoff touchdowns against the Chiefs in Super Bowl 55.
  16. Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski both proclaimed "I'm going to Disney World!" after winning Super Bowl 55. Gronk visited the Magic Kingdom the next day. Brady arrived over Easter weekend.
  17. By bringing back every starter from the Super Bowl, Jason Licht and the Bucs have a lot of options with their first-round pick.
  18. Ndamukong Suh said he had offers from other teams during the free agency period, but wanted a shot at a second Super Bowl with the Bucs.
  19. The New York Jets on Monday traded quarterback Sam Darnold to the Carolina Panthers.
  20. Bucs cornerback Carlton Davis apologized Sunday night for using an anti-Asian slur.
  21. The hat, shirt and pants worn by Bruce Arians during the Bucs' victory in Super Bowl 55 will be displayed in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
  22. Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) back to pass against the Atlanta Falcons during first half action at Raymond James Stadium in Sunday, Jan. 3, 2021 in Tampa.
  23. With the NFL increasing its season to 17 games for the first change in length of the season since going from 14 to 16 games in 1978, some records and milestones, including Peyton Manning's mark of 5,477 yards in the 2013 season could soon be threatened by even more players.
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