Comeback player: Noah Spence, Edge
Heading into the 2017 season, Noah Spence’s stock was sky-high. He was primed to have a strong sophomore season and with it, ignite the Buccaneers pass rush. Sadly, Spence wasn’t able to live up to those expectations.
A dislocated shoulder ended his sophomore campaign early and Spence only registered one sack in six games. Now with a talented group around him, Spence will be in a premiere situation to have a bounce-back season.
Over the offseason, Spence has bulked up and appears to be 100 percent healthy with camp underway.
"“It feels good, especially when I’m going up against offensive tackles and I can use my body,” Spence said. Bucs coach Dirk Koetter said Spence has looked good in OTAs, an encouraging step toward full-contact work in mandatory minicamp in two weeks."
Spence appears to be in the right place physically and mentally as he heads into a crucial 2018 season. It’s time for him to bounce back.