The safety position should be high on the priority list for general manager Jason Licht. Aside from Justin Evans, Tampa Bay needs an answer at the position.
Fifth-round pick Jordan Whitehead has shown flashes in 2018, but the unit still needs bodies to fill out the roster. The Bucs could swing for the fences in free agency, but they should look to add another in the Draft at some point.
Georgia safety J.R. Reed is an intriguing prospect. He showed playmaking ability in college with four interceptions and two fumble recoveries in his two years as a Bulldog.
However, he could be a solid box safety. Andrew Adams burst onto the scene with his three-interception performance against the Panthers. Reed can play a role similar to that one at the next level.
Throw in his willingness to perform on special teams, and he looks like a solid fit in the middle of the Draft.