Another player whose stock is on a free fall due to his size, Jonah Williams, the offensive tackle from Alabama should be on the Buccaneers radar. Draft experts have raised some red flags over whether or not Williams has the size and arm length necessary to play tackle in the NFL or if he translates as more of an interior lineman at the next level. However, his arm length measured at 33 5/8, which is a good length, but weighed in at just 305 pounds.
Good news for the Bucs, they are in need of both tackles and guards. With Demar Dotson soon to be a cap casualty and the underwhelming play of Caleb Benenoch, Tampa Bay is in need of some youth and talent on the right side of their offensive line. Williams would definitely add an element of youth and skill to the Tampa Bay offensive line.
Williams has the chance to see his stock rise once again with a solid week in Indianapolis. If the Buccaneers trade back out of the fifth overall spot and land in the 11-15 range, the mystery lineman from Alabama should peak their interest. This should peak the interest of Bucs fans this week as well and Williams needs to be closely watched at his weigh-in and measurements, as well as his on-the-field testing.