Mock Draft Monday: Buccaneers no longer in need of a QB?

Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2018 NFL Draft, (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2018 NFL Draft, (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images) /
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4.104 Marvin Wilson, DL, Florida State

The big 6-5 and 311 pound in-state defensive tackle adds some much needed depth to the Buccaneers’ interior defensive line to start day-three of this mock draft. Marvin Wilson made one of the flashiest plays from a defensive linemen in week three of the college football season as the Florida State Seminoles lost again.

Thus far through the 2019 season, Wilson has totaled a sack and a tackle for loss from his defensive tackle spot on the FSU defense; he also has seven solo tackles, almost half of the number he recorded a year ago. Throughout his collegiate career to this point, Wilson has tallied four and a half sacks and five and a half tackles for loss.

Ndamukong Suh is on just a one-year deal, and while the Buccaneers will have the money to re-sign him next offseason, he will be sure to chase the largest paycheck again next offseason. Vita Vea has played at a high level through the first two weeks of the season and so has William Gholston in a bounce back year.

However after the starters, there is a steep drop off in talent from the rotational guys as Rakeem Nunez-Roches and Beau Allen are not quite to the same caliber. Adding another big body to the rotation in Tampa could serve to go a long way for the Buccaneers; here they add Wilson in hopes of fortifying their defensive trenches.