Notre Dame’s Alex Bars could be that solution. He will likely tumble down Draft boards after tearing ligaments in his knee back in September.
If he can show substantial progress in his recovery in the Spring, he could be worth taking a risk on in the later rounds. If he pans out, he may develop into a solid guard alongside Ali Marpet and Ryan Jensen on the inside.
Bars did start at tackle with the Fighting Irish, but he may be best suited at guard after an injury of that nature. At best, maybe he shows that he can handle NFL level pass rushers and he can be kicked outside.
Again, the injury clouds Bars’ value, but he could be an option if the Bucs are looking to improve in the trenches in later rounds.