No safety currently on the Buccaneers roster should make the entire city of Tampa Bay, the organization and its fans combined, feel good about the current depth at the position besides maybe Justin Evans. After signing former Green Bay Packers safety Kentrell Brice this offseason to compete with Jordan Whitehead, it would be wise for the Buccaneers to use one of their day-two picks to upgrade the position.
One potential wildcard is second-year defensive back M.J. Stewart who, as previously mentioned, is moving from cornerback to safety. If the Buccaneers deem him capable of handling the over-the-top responsibilities while Evans handles the box duties, then they could potentially wait in the draft to select another safety until later in the draft or until 2020.
That is a risky bet to make, however, and judging by the amount of safeties who have visited Tampa Bay during the pre-draft process, it seems like the Buccaneers agree. The heart and value of this safety class lies within the second or third round, making day-two the sweet spot to grab one. In a room that is desperate for depth, the draft is most certainly going to provide another body in the third level of the Buccaneers defense.