2. DaVon Hamilton
Ohio State’s DaVon Hamilton fits the bill for a picture-perfect move by the Buccaneers.
Conventional wisdom says that Tampa Bay will select an offensive tackle in the first-round as the position hasn’t been addressed as a priority in previous drafts.
After that move, the Buccaneers could look at the defensive line, secondary, running back and perhaps even wide receiver.
Despite his impressive size, technique and power, Hamilton is projected to go in the mid-rounds because of the lack-of-numbers at Ohio State. If the Buccaneers wanted to address the defensive tackle position with a cheap free agent, Hamilton would be the perfect complement to bring in, as well.
Even without the free agent, Hamilton has the power and technique to play at the next level and would be a gem to find in the third round.