Jimmy Garoppolo visits Buccaneers

Bucs still looking for true starting QB. Jason Butt

Print This April 08, 2014, 07:19 PM EST

While Josh McCown has been named Tampa Bay's starting quarterback, it's clearly still up for grabs.

That's evident as the Buccaneers continue to welcome quarterbacks in this year's draft class to their team facility. On Monday it was Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater. On Tuesday, it was Eastern Illinois quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, according to The Tampa Tribune.

Garoppolo has been a fast riser of late, with the gunslinger being talked about as a potential first-rounder.

In 2013, Garoppolo lit up the stat sheet, throwing for 5,050 yards, 53 touchdowns with just nine interceptions.

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