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Who might Tampa Bay select in the NFL Draft 2020?

Who might Tampa Bay select in the NFL Draft 2020?

The NFL Draft 2020 was supposed to take place in Las Vegas this year in what was going to be a spectacle like none other. A boat was going to take draft picks to the stage to shake hands with commissioner Roger Goodell after being selected. Instead, Goodell will be announcing draft selections from the friendly confines of his home and players will be featured on television via live streaming from their homes.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have experienced one of the more exciting off-seasons in recent memory and much of that can be attributed to the acquisition of quarterback Tom Brady. The soon to be 43-year old made his decision to leave the New England Patriots after nearly 20 years with the same franchise. Now Brady joins Tampa Bay in an effort to try and lead the moribund club to a Super Bowl, one that will be in Tampa’s backyard come February, 2021. Not too mention the Buccaneers introduced the new look uniforms last week via social media.

A lot of homework has been done by the Buccaneers’ scouting department and coaching staff in regards to whom they might take with the No. 14 pick of the NFL Draft 2020. Will they trade up to secure a potential successor to Brady at the quarterback position? Will they trade down and attain more picks? Whatever Tampa Bay does, it’s quite obvious that they’re in a win-now focus and the Buccaneers will do what it takes to make a deep run to the postseason. We take a closer look at a few players Tampa Bay might select in the NFL Draft 2020.

Jordan Love, QB, Utah State: Big in stature and also can sling the football all over the field. Has brought some comparisons to Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs. Would be the route to go if looking into the future.

Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama: Imagine a wide receiving corps with Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and Jerry Jeudy. …Is your mouth drooling? Yeah, ours is too. Jeudy may be more luxury over need, but would give Brady another top of the line target.

Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia: The Buccaneers have to figure out a way to keep Brady upright for 16 games and beyond. This pick seems like one that could really stick. Thomas did a great job protecting Jake Fromm.

Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa: Wirfs is another offensive tackle that many analysts are projecting may fall to Tampa Bay at No. 14. The big tackle would be a welcomed sight for Brady and the offensive line this fall.

Tua Tagovialoa, QB, Alabama: If Tagovialoa can’t convince the 13 teams ahead of Tampa Bay that he’s healthy enough moving forward into the NFL, do the Buccaneers take the bait on this? This would give Tagovialoa time to sit and not take much action at all all awhile sitting behind Brady. Seems possible if he falls to No. 14.

Jedrick Wills Jr., OT, Alabama: Dream scenario would be Wills Jr. somehow falls to Tampa Bay at No. 14. Unfortunately the draft’s best offensive tackle will likely be selected in the top five come draft day.

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