*休赛期间，每星期，资深作家/编辑斯科特·史密斯将动用收件箱来回答问题，从球迷的海盗。这一周，我们来看看新秀磅权亚历山大的子包的潜在作用，贾马尔的未来和年轻球员让谁也因特殊的团队实力的阵容。 \n\n\n球迷们可以通过Twitter提交即将举行的邮袋问题@scottsbucs（#bucsmailbag），通过官方海盗的Facebook页面或通过电子邮件，在邮件firstname.lastname@example.org。在一个愎邮袋运行的每个星期四，并且不必为了反映球队的管理层或教练组的意见。* \n\n\n1.权住宿吗？这是一个伟大的，伟大的问题，亚历克。可能抓住它，凯西在我们的广播周四，但我想采取射击在这里，太。 \n\n让我们设置的情景。进入海盗训练营在中间，丹尼·兰萨纳偏强的起始后卫大卫Lavonte三重奏在弱侧，布鲁斯·卡特。该权亚历克指哪些，当然，是亚历山大权，第四轮选秀权LSU的谁过气自从引人侧目坦帕已经抵达。亚历山大海盗最初预计作为外部中后卫在他们4-3和大卫以来大约是根深蒂固作为NFL球员可以在他的位置上，逻辑此举是为了让作业萨姆，Lansanah新秀竞争。不过，他指出，亚历山大在迈克的角色镍包打得很好OTA在实践中，澳门赌场教练组决定给他一个较长看看那份工作，包括在防御基地，在训练营中。这是唯一的位置，亚历山大 - 一直以来训练营开始。 \n\n在训练场，并在季前赛揭幕战强劲的表现好几个星期后，亚历山大得到了教练组的另一升压：他越来越有机会与一线队在中后卫麦克所有运行一周。 \n\n现在，我们应该强调，亚历山大本人也于周一，随着本周在训练营的那些运行是不一样的东西彻底赢得了工作。截至周四，海盗还没有做出对它们的深度图的任何变化。然而，较长的亚历山大，在位置的客人，更多的信任，我们必须把这种可能性。此外，卡特最近已开始在山姆后卫，这表明球队至少比考虑与他们开了营地的不同组合练习。 \n\n亚历克的问题，如果我读它的权利，开始在ESTA起点，满意的概念，即亚历山大停留在麦克的首发位置。所以现在的问题是，如果他是在为基地防御卡扣领域，does've脱落当澳门赌场去镍和更换一个后卫有了一个额外的角。我强烈的猜测，苏有朋，是我将留在与拉文特·戴维领域。请记住，正如我上面所指出的，亚历山大首先在镍包引起了教练的眼睛，麦克具体。我很擅长这一点。一般（但不总是绝对），这是你的山姆后卫脱落镍WHO套，这就是为什么90年代中期到中间'00s伟大愎防御已在那个位置这样的循环演员。球队并没有想要尽可能多的投资进入一个播放器，在场上的卡扣为他们做了米凯什和意志，谁发挥所有卡扣的50-60％。辩护第一次开始于1996年出现;从点上，这里是你开始萨姆斯：朗尼·马茨（1996年），鲁弗斯·波特（1997年），杰夫·古奇（1998），·夸尔斯谢尔顿（1999- 2001年），阿尔舍蒙德·辛格尔顿（2002），赖恩·内斯（2003年），伊恩金（2004）和赖恩·内斯再次（2005年）。 \n\n他的亚历山大似乎有你想要的东西在镍后卫，在他的技能是一样强烈的覆盖率运行停止的能力。杰拉德说麦考伊上周二我还没有见过谁可以运行像亚历山大自从我第一眼看到大卫在2012年如果你想拨打了第三个向下突击出来的镍的后卫，无论亚历山大和大卫可以做这一点。这两个使一个强有力的能漂亮Combo在镍，诚实。 \n\n然而，再次让我们记住的竞争仍在继续对迈克和山姆开始工作，更不用说镍。 \n\n2.加入年轻？良好的主题标签，韦斯。它确实会成为一位伟大的故事，如果贾马尔年轻是让海盗的阵容。老实说，这将是一个伟大的故事，即使他花了一点点时间更长，需要花一些时间ADH的NFL实践小队或使其进入另一个训练营或两个。毕竟，我们谈论谁是从大专（罕见），并度过了四年谁曾拿起足球有过了collegiately运行轨迹直接签订了盖伊。 \n\n直到我们在周二对展会赞成侦察协调员罗布·麦卡特尼，我不知道，年轻卫生组织伸手海盗，而不是周围的其他方法的。我想这是公平地说，坦帕湾那没有琼斯县初级学院很多球探在Ellisville游戏，密西西比州。年轻人在他后面的口袋，但一个很好的参考;他在jcjc教练不是别人，正是雷·珀金斯，谁是澳门赌场的主教练，从1987年到1990年大部分其他。Young isn't huge for a defensive end (6-3, 240) but, I mean, we're talking about a guy fast enough to run track at Southern Miss. That sounds to me like an undersized edge rusher; he's similar in size to T.J. Fatinikun, who is second on the Bucs' depth chart at left defensive end and who could definitely be part of the edge-rushing rotation this fall. \n\nCasey and I actually did talk about Young and the whole defensive end position during the show on Wednesday (you can catch up on it here). We were going through the depth chart and discussing possible bubble guys, and I stated the opinion that the Buccaneers would keep as many NFL-caliber pass-rushers as they could find. I really believe that. That's a position I think the team will always go heavy on if it has a surplus of talent. \n\nWould Young fit into that category, just a few months into this rather large jump from juco to the NFL? It's possible. My understanding is that he's really fast (of course) but also raw and still learning pass-rush moves that will fly at this level. He seems (on paper) like the kind of prospect who would need a little more time to develop. \n\nA couple undrafted free agents make the Bucs' roster every year. I'd be shocked if that didn't hold true in 2015. Somebody who came in as a virtual unknown is going to make it, maybe even somebody from a more obscure background like JCJC or Heidelberg (WR Donteea Dye) or Jacksonville University (P Karl Schmitz). The odds of any one particular player in that group making it aren't that high, however. I think I'd be going out on a limb if I predicted that Jamal Young, specifically, would be that guy. \n\nBut that's not what you asked, is it Wes? You wanted to know if there was "any chance" Young makes the team. To that I say, yes! There's a chance. And if you expand your definition of "making the team" to include the practice squad, then the chances go up quite a bit. Let's see what happens over the next three weeks.3. Scott - I always hear coaches say that the best way for young players to make the team is to be good on special-teams. So tell me a couple guys who are going to make the bucs roster just because of special-teams. Thanks. Darren, Brandon Bucs fan since the '90s (via email to email@example.com) \n\nUm, the kicker, the punter and the long-snapper? \n\nOkay, I'm sorry, I know that's not what you meant. Just couldn't help myself. Darren had a couple other questions about Charles Sims and Tim Wright, but I decided to edit those out and just do this one. Sorry, Darren. One out of three ain't bad, right? \n\nDarren is obviously referring to non-specialists who make their hay on return and/or coverage units. Sometimes those guys forge a whole NFL career around that part of the job, other times they get their foot in the door on "teams" and then go on to bigger things on offense or defense. In 1997, undrafted free agent Shelton Quarles made the Bucs' roster and went on to record a team single-season record 31 special teams tackles. That was pretty much his whole job, even though the Bucs thought he had a future at linebacker. Quarles nearly won the SAM job in 1998 but was slowed early by injuries; he won it outright in 1999, spent three years at that position and then converted to middle linebacker in 2002 and made the Pro Bowl. Former Buc fan favorites Kenny Gant and Curtis Buckley are examples of the other type of special teamers, who make that their bread-and-butter. \n\nThere are two very obvious choices to answer your question, Darren: Russell Shepard and Kaelin Clay. Shepard has played two seasons for the Buccaneers after coming into the league in 2013 as an undrafted free agent with the Eagles, almost solely based on the fact that he is a fabulous cover man on special teams. I don't care how many rookie receivers were currently in love with, you cannot count out Shepard making the team again and filling the same role. Clay, meanwhile, is the front-runner for the kickoff and punt return jobs and probably wouldn't have a big role on offense right away even he makes the 53-man roster.Those are the easy ones, I have to admit. How about a couple more. I've said more than once that I love the Bucs' linebacker depth this year and that I expect that position to be the core of the special teams unit. Well, in the preseason opener, linebacker Larry Dean tied Shepard with two kick-coverage stops. Dean came aboard in April as an unrestricted free agent after three seasons in Minnesota and one in Buffalo. During that time, he was pretty much a wrecking ball on special teams, while playing only occasionally on defense. \n\nJason Williams and Orie Lemon would be similar choices, but I don't want to go all linebacker, and I wonder if one or two of those guys will cancel each other out. The Bucs have nine LBs at the moment, and it seems like all of them could help significantly either on defense or special teams, but it would be hard to devote that many spots on the 53-man roster to that position. \n\nSo how about cornerback Isaiah Frey? When you're trying to figure out the last five or six spots on the 53-man roster, you'd like those guys to have some value both on special teams and at their respective positions. Frey has been battling with Leonard Johnson (and now Sterling Moore) for the nickel back job, and he's very familiar with Lovie Smith's defense. There's value in that. Frey also ranked fifth on the team last year in special teams tackles despite not arriving until late October. \n\n4. Straight Outta…Time to Go to the Movies?Not yet, Dan, not yet. But I'm really looking forward to it. I've heard good things. I don't get to very many movies at this time of the year, but that's definitely the next one I'm seeing.