Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 10 keys to a successful 2020 offseason

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2. Draft defensive line, defensive backs later

If the Buccaneers somehow miss out on the four top offensive tackles in the first-round, they’ll likely address the defensive tackle or safety position with the No. 14 overall pick.

A guy like LSU Safety Grant Delpit or South Carolina DL Javon Kinlaw could be perfect options at that point.

However, if the Bucs do get their offensive lineman early and then they address the running back position in the second-round with an explosive name, you can certainly expect them to draft defensive line and secondary members later in the draft.

An absolute perfect third-round selection would be Ohio State’s DaVon Hamilton. Hamilton was a force with the Buckeyes and is one of the most NFL-ready players that will be taken in the mid-rounds.