The Tampa Bay Buccaneers drafted Kenny Bell in the fifth round of the 2015 NFL draft, and they added a potential big-time playmaker in the process. He wasn't blessed with quality quarterback play, but you'll see him make a lot of ridiculous catches and run away from defenders repeatedly.
I mean, sure, that's a highlight tape -- it won't tell you how he does on a down-to-down basis, and everyone's going to look good on highlights. But the fact that it starts with a ridiculous block is pretty good -- Bell's actually a solid blocker, which fits with Mike Evans and Vincent Jackson. Oh, and whoever made that has some good taste in music, too.
Highlights only say so much, but you can watch full games over at Draft Breakdown, too. You won't see him consistently put up those highlight-reel plays, and you'll also see more flaws in his game, but Bell clearly has the potential to turn into a quality receiver -- if he develops, which is always a question. At 6'1", 197 lbs. and with a 4.42-second 40-yard dash time those highlights don't lie, though: he has size and speed, which is what you need to be a big-play receiver.
This is a pick you can get pretty excited about. Not someone who will come in and immediately blow people away, but someone with the physical tools to turn into a quality receiver down the line, while he plays special teams initially. He needs to improve his route-running and he's pretty terrible at beating press, from what little I've seen, but he has a lot of tools to work with.
Nebraska's Twitter account wants you to watch even more highlights, by the way.