Day Two: Chase Winovich
A riser as of late, the Michigan Wolverine Chase WInovich now finds himself as a fringe first round pick. While it is likely he drops into day-two, he may not make it out of the top-50 picks in the draft and ranks as the 33rd best player in the draft and has been given a second round grade.
Before the combine, the common consensus on Winovich was he succeeded in college because he out worked the person across from him play after play. However in Indianapolis, the long haired Wolverine proved he was plenty athletic to hang around with the top prospects in this league, and his success was a result of actually being really good at football and not just a hard worker.
While he may be slightly undersized at under 6’3½, 256 pounds, and 33 inch arms, Winovich displayed speed and agility, hitting a sub-4.6 second 40 yard dash, while also running a sub-seven second 3-cone drill. While his vertical and broad jumps were not quite as impressive at 30.5 inches and 9’8 feet respectively, he still finished with a great athletic grade.
With the 39th pick in the draft, the Buccaneers should keep Winovich on their radar if Allen is off the board, can somehow land Williams, or opt to take Ed Oliver or Devin White with the fifth overall pick in the draft.