The ability to draft Quinnen Williams would be an opportunity that the Buccaneers absolutely could not pass up, and it is becoming a realistic scenario by the day. As Murray and Haskins are both gathering steam after performing well in their pro days, it would not be a shock to see two quarterback needy teams make the leap into the top-five to call dibs on their future franchise quarterbacks.
If both Murray and Haskins hear their names called in the top five, then without a doubt Williams will be available at the fifth overall pick; under no circumstances can Tampa Bay trade the pick if this is the scenario. Williams is potentially the best player in the 2019 draft class, and Licht deserves to be fired if he passes on that opportunity.
While this writer believes that the Arizona Cardinals are bluffing with the Murray talk and will inevitably take Williams number one overall if they do not receive an offer they deem worthy, do not count out the potential that they could trade out. Williams is the best case scenario for the Bucs, and one that the team should be prepared for if, somehow, he falls out of the top four.