Round 7, Pick 215 Greg Dortch, WR, Wake Forest
A prospect that this writer is beginning to like more and more by the day, Greg Dortch out of Wake Forest may be the most ideal wide receiver in the draft to fill the void in the slot left by the departure of Adam Humphries. Dortch did not test at the combine due to an injury, but did measure in at a little over 5’7 and 173 pounds.
At his pro day however, the little speedster displayed elite athleticism, breaking the 6.9 second mark on his 3 cone drill, and running a sub 4.5 40 yard dash. Dortch is a quick twitch, shifty guy that the Buccaneers need to play underneath of the towering Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, Breshad Perriman, and O.J. Howard.
In two seasons with the Demon Deacons, Dortch tallied 1,800 total receiving yards and 17 touchdowns on 142 catches; in 2018 he recorded 89 catches for 1,078 yard and eight touchdowns. Dortch also returned two punts for touchdowns for Wake Forest last year as well, giving him the potential to be a significant special teams contributor at the next level.
The Bucs round out this mock draft by adding a talented, shifty receiver to play in the slot and potentially return punts in Dortch.