Don’t be surprised to see this name on here twice. Forrest Lamp is a true first-round talent for someone’s offensive line.
In this case, it’s Seattle’s line getting Lamp’s services, and Russell Wilson will be grateful.
The team will still need to find a running back somewhere, but getting better up front ensures the Seahawks offense has a better shot at making an impact than they did a year ago.
Safety is a position of need, and if the Buccaneers don’t or can’t draft Budda Baker then Obi Melifonwu is a nice consolation prize.
He’s got more coverage skills than anything else, but he would be a nice addition to what is currently a fairly shallow pool of safeties to protect the back half of Tampa’s defense.
Elijah Qualls does much of what Melifonwu does for the secondary, only for the defensive line. Quality depth with the ability to make splash plays when needed.
The Huskies’ defensive lineman should develop quite nicely and become a key role-player in just a year or two.
LSU’s Malachi Dupre is no stranger to those of you reading this, and for good reason.
Previously, I had him going to another team in this mini-mock draft explosion, but here he’s going to Tampa.
Jameis Winston would certainly take advantage of his raw talents, and with the Bucs depth chart at receiver looking pretty slim these days, Dupre fills it out nicely.