New York Giants
This may be the dream scenario for the Buccaneers. If the New York Giants get spooked that someone may be in position to jump one spot ahead of them in order to draft a quarterback that they want, general manager Dave Gettleman may make that move himself in order to move up one spot and solidify that he gets his quarterback of the future.
The Giants seem unreasonably attached to current quarterback Eli Manning at this time, even though he is in the fourth quarter of his career and his production on a decline. Could this finally be the year that the Giants take their quarterback of the future after passing on Sam Darnold a year ago?
The Buccaneers could probably still garner a day-two and day-three pick in order to move back on spot, possibly demanding the Giants’ second and fifth rounders to make the move. Only moving back one spot as well, the Buccaneers could still get the guy that they have had their eye on as well with the Giants being no danger to snag him.
Most prevalently thought, that guy is Louisiana State linebacker Devin White. If he is there at five and the Buccaneers trade that pick to the Giants, then he will be there at six as well. The same case could be stated for Alabama’s Quinnen Williams, if he manages to drop that far. This would be a win-win for the Buccaneers, moving back to collect assets and still getting the guy they view as the belle of the ball.