This article is part of our NFL Draft series.
With Day 1 of the 2015 NFL Draft in the books, let's look at the skill players selected in the first round, held Thursday night in Chicago.
Jameis Winston, TB (QB, Florida State) 6-4/231
Round 1, pick No. 1 overall
Winston's on-field track record and experience in a pro-style system at Florida State long made him a logical choice for the Bucs in the top overall draft slot, assuming off-field concerns attached to the 21-year-old QB were not deemed a deterrent. With that in mind, coach Lovie Smith said earlier this month the Bucs "feel comfortable with who Jameis Winston is, what he's done and what we think he will do in the future as much as anything." Entering Thursday's draft, Mike Glennon topped Tampa Bay's QB depth chart, but it will be a massive upset if Winston doesn't start out of the gate. Assuming the Bucs' line can provide an adequate level of pass protection, Winston carries some intriguing fantasy upside as a rookie, working with offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter and a talented trio of 6-foot-5 pass-catchers, namely wideouts Mike Evans and Vincent Jackson, as well as tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins. From a fantasy standpoint, Winston certainly has the arm and pocket presence to put up some useful numbers in his first NFL season, but he'll need to tidy up in the decision-making department, after turning in a 25:18 TD:INT ratio last season. Note that in his Heisman campaign in 2013, Winston recorded a 40:10 mark