Amani Oruwariye, CB, Penn State
This writer mocked Amani Oruwariye to the Bucs about a month ago, and staying firm here, he is the pick in the second round for Tampa Bay. The question is whether he will be around for the Bucs to pluck at the 39th pick in the draft as he sees himself rising up the boards due to the struggles and concerns of Deandre Baker and Greedy Williams.
With a trade back from the fifth pick, the Buccaneers could open themselves up to a world of many possibilities, including adding another second round pick or even grabbing Oruwariye in the late first round. With the boundary corner position still an issue in Tampa Bay, even though Arians expressed his confidence in Hargreaves outside of the numbers, they could add a quality piece to that puzzle in Oruwariye.
Showed excellent ball skills in his time at Penn State, Oruwariye went on to perform well at the combine as well. At 6’2, he has the length to compete with all the talented wideouts that the NFC South has to offer. He also seems to still be getting overlooked behind Greedy Williams, Byron Murphy, and Deandre Baker, so if Oruwariye slips to the 39th pick in the draft, he could be on his way to Tampa Bay.