Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Last chance for the 2016 draft class

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Noah Spence 

Noah Spence was selected with the 39th overall selection in the second round after he slipped out of the first round in 2016; Spence was considered a small school steal for Bucs at the time.

Spence was a member of the Ohio State Buckeyes before being dismissed from the program after reports of drugs and public intoxication can to light. He ended up at Eastern Kentucky where he continued to turned heads. For a guy that destroyed power-five competition, it was not a shock that he was a force to be reckoned with.

Every off-season Tampa Bay fans are in shock at how Spence continues to gets bigger and bigger, but all that strength has not led to sacks on the field. After having 5.5 in his rookie season, he has struggled with health and when on the field to produce at a consistent basis, and had a hard time even finding the field.

Losing favor with the last coaching staff, Spence has another chance to get healthy and produce for a new coaching staff that will look to unlock the double-digit sack potential that he has. If Bowles cannot get the best out of Spence, there may not be anyone who can.