4.5 Isaiah Prince OL Isaiah Prince
While it is not an urgent need, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers do need to address the position, especially with the team likely to make Demar Dotson a casualty of the cap as the team currently only has $16 million in spending flexibility. However, the team also needs help at guard as well. Why not draft a player who has played inside and out during his time at Ohio State?
Isaiah Prince stands at a massive 6’7 and 310 pounds. While his weight is on the small side for an NFL tackle, he would make a great swing man who can play guard and tackle at good value here in the fourth round for the Buccaneers. The three-year starter for the Buckeyes had an up and down career, but nonetheless can be polished and is not much of a risk here in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft.
The Senior offensive lineman is battle tested, a team captain, and played in a power five school against top tier competition; there are worse players to take a chance on. Here in the fourth round of volume two of this 7-round mock, the Bucs land the towering, versatile offensive lineman from Ohio State.