Day Three: Sheldrick Redwine, Miami
Sheldrick Redwine wraps up the safeties in this list. For a third day player he is likely going to be in the top half as a 4th or 5th round pick. Redwine is more comparable to Abram than to Savage, but still could be a fit in the Bucs secondary. He has a combination of athleticism and speed that leads viewers to believe that he could start in his first season with the right coaching.
Redwine’s size is nothing to write home about as he six feet tall 196 pounds. While perhaps undersized for the hard-hitting role that he plays, Redwine carries himself like a much bigger man. Redwine has solid open-field tackling technique and also possess the tools to play the safety role similar to Derwin James where he lines up in the box.
As a later pick in the draft this would be a solid gamble for the Buccaneers to make. Redwine will have to prepare for a big change as the Buccaneers are looking to improve their overall defensive play, but his confidence and athleticism would translate well to the NFL. As a later draft pick, Redwine possesses a considerable upside. As these later picks are generally less predictive than the first few rounds, Redwine has given every indication physically that a fourth or fifth round pick on him would not be a waste.