The Bucs go back to the defensive side of the ball in the third round. Kwon Alexander just went down with a torn ACL and the Buccaneers lack of linebacker depth will be a problem for the rest of the season.
To make sure depth is no longer an issue, Tampa Bay selects Shaquille Quarterman to solidify the unit. If Kendell Beckwith and Alexander enter the 2019 season healthy, all of a sudden the Buccaneers front seven looks frightening again.
Quarterman has 38 total tackles on the season, nine tackles for loss and four sacks. He should fit smoothly in the Buccaneers 4-3 front. He would be in a great position to develop next to talent like Alexander and Lavonte David alongside him.
Quarterman has been durable for the Hurricanes, playing in every single game since 2016. He still has some work to do on the field, but learning from David and company could allow him to become an exceptional NFL player.
The athleticism and playmaking are there; he needs to fine-tune his skills to become a success at the next level.