3. Khalil Tate, Arizona
Khalil Tate didn’t show the arm ability for an organization to draft him in the early rounds, but his pure play-making ability make him an interesting prospect as a ‘project QB.’
Tate played on an Arizona team that was clearly out-matched to the rest of the Pac-12 and still find ways to get move the ball. He did throw 11 interceptions during his junior season, but Tate would still be a QB who the Buccaneers could take a chance on in the later rounds (5-7) if they saw fit.
Tate isn’t going to be a guy that comes in and makes an impact right away. He has accuracy issues and is a bit shorter (6-foot-2) than what most want at the QB position, but he’d still be worth a look for a late-rounder with plenty of athletic promise and potential.
After all, you could always convert him to a slot WR if he didn’t work out at QB.