The Tampa Bay Buccaneers may decide to look at quarterbacks later in the 2020 NFL Draft. Here’s a few the organization could target.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have plenty of decisions to make over the course of the 2020 offseason.
The Buccaneers will be tasked with re-signing major free-agents on the defensive side of the ball, as well as making a decision on QB Jameis Winston.
There’s plenty of speculation surrounding what the Buccaneers will do at the QB position, and because of that, we’ve seen mock drafts that have Tampa Bay selecting QB prospects like Jacob Eason and Jordan Love, or even trading up to get guys like Justin Herbert or Tua Tagovailoa.
What if the Buccaneers elect to bring Winston back, though? Tampa Bay could still look for a project at QB in the later-rounds as a guy to play second-string behind Winston for the next couple of seasons.
Here’s a look at four late-round quarterbacks who could be potential steals for the Buccaneers.
4. James Morgan, Florida International
If you’re looking for a prospect who check all the right boxes, but likely won’t be drafted until Day 3, James Morgan may be the QB for you.
Morgan, a 6-foot-4, 213-pounder, is projected to be a 3-6 rounder and has been a quick riser among NFL scouts.
Though he completed just 58 percent of his passes during his final collegiate season, Morgan shows a strong arm and simply doesn’t turn the ball over. He threw just 12 intercepts over the past two seasons and will certainly get a shot at an NFL franchise.
He has some accuracy issues that look to be fixable and would be an option for the Buccaneers if the organization wanted to take a player in the middle-rounds of the draft.