TAMPA — The Bucs spent just one of their draft picks on an offensive player this weekend and it was on a wide receiver who didn’t receive a combine invite, but the Bucs believe they might have unearthed a hidden gem in selecting Bowling Green’s Scotty Miller in the sixth round.Despite his 4.3 speed, Miller, a three-year starter for the Falcons, went largely under the radar heading into the draft, in part because not many teams scouted Bowling Green this year. The Bucs were among those who did, and once they saw Miller was beginning to draw some notice, they took a closer look to gauge whether he was worth a late-round pick.Ultimately, they decided he was, and Miller, chosen with the 208th overall pick, became only offensive player the Bucs selected in their eight draft picks.“You see a productive guy who is really fast, so you try to keep him under the radar as long as you can,” Bucs general manager Jason Licht said. "I know we were in contact with him quite often during the spring making sure nobody else has talked to him. And then when we found out a couple teams did, we brought him in.“We went out there and worked him out,” Licht said. "We had a private workout with him. Our receivers coach went there to spent time with him. We just felt very comfortable drafting him in the sixth round."While the 5-foot-11 Miller initially draws comparisons to Adam Humphries, he might be more likened to DeSean Jackson because his speed could make him into a vertical threat.Miller led the Falcons with 71 receptions and 1,148 receiving yards. He also led Bowling Green with nine touchdown receptions. He logged six 100-yard receiving games in his 11 starts last season. That includes a 206-yard, two-touchdown game against Western Michigan.In his four-year career at Bowling Green, Miller accumulated 2,867 receiving yards, which his third most in school history.Miller is the second player the Bucs have drafted this year out of the mid-major MAC conference. They used their second-round pick on Central Michigan cornerback Sean Bunting.While Miller has limited experience returning kicks, he could get a look in that role. Contact Eduardo A. Encina at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow @EddieInTheYard.