2. QB Jacob Eason (Washington)
Let’s be honest here, if the Buccaneers trade-back it’s most likely to get a quarterback.
If Tampa addresses the offensive tackle position through free-agency or pinpoints a prospect lower on draft boards that it likes, the organization could elect to go after a quarterback in the first-round.
The Buccaneers would likely have to give up too much to trade-up and get in the Tua Tagovailoa or Justin Herbert sweepstakes, but they could trade back and come away with a promising prospect like Jacob Eason.
Eason is the prototypical mold for an NFL QB and has a strong arm. Those characteristics will land him in the first round, but he’s not worth drafting at No. 14 in my opinion. If the Buccaneers trade back, they could add another valuable asset and still come away with Eason as a prospect for the future.