Another name that has gathered quite a bit of steam after the combine is Rashan Gary. While his production does not match the amount of buzz he is generating, he also lacked a true identity at the University of Michigan and was improperly used in college. However, after his performance at the combine, it is no wonder why teams have their eyes on him.
While he played all over the line at Michigan and misused, a defensive coordinator may take a look at his flexibility to play both on the edge and as a three-technique defensive end and covet Gary’s versatility. Looking like a top-ten lock at this point in the pre-draft process, it would not be a shock to see him take an official visit to Tampa Bay here in a few weeks.
With Pierre-Paul as the only Buc with ten or more sacks in 2018, the team desperately needs an upgrade at pass rusher. Gary, who could play both 3-4 outside linebacker or interior defensive end should be on the radar fore the Buccaneers, and under the right scheme, he could flourish. Who better to mold him than Bowles who has coached top defenses in Arizona in his career?