I won't be putting up a story for every single undrafted free agent that signs for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, because with an offseason roster limit of 90 players that'd be way too much. But the first signing (which won't be official until tomorrow when he can actually sign a contract) is always special. Meet Nick Reveiz, linebacker for the Tennessee Volunteers.
Reveiz was a walk-on who earned a starting spot in 2009. He's a high-effort player who is low on measurables (5'9", 230 lb) who will have to shine on special teams to make the roster, but he could do exactly that. He played inside for Tennessee, but also played some fullback.
In addition, the Buccaneers agreed to terms with QB Mike Coughlin out of Boise State. Coughlin has 47 career attempts so I can't say anything about him other than "camp arm". He'll give Rudy Carpenter some competition but has basically no shot of making the Bucs roster with this shortened offseason and his already limited experience.