3. QB Jacob Eason, Washington
Our final QB option for the Buccaneers in the draft is Jacob Eason.
Eason has been linked to Tampa Bay in several mock drafts and there’s reason to believe the Washington QB could still be available at No. 14.
Eason is probably the most unpredictable target right now, though, because there’s a shot he’s taken in the top 10 or 12, and there’s also a chance he falls into the mid-20s.
The Buccaneers would have to gauge the market interest and keep things relatively quiet if they are sold on Eason. If he falls at No. 14, that would be a solid pick-up if the franchise is looking to go QB and you’d at the very least have a quarterback with the arm strength to excel at the next level.