Quincy Roche, Miami, Edge
Sticking to the trend of moving rival to rival, the final player on this list currently hails from the University of Miami.
Like the other positions mentioned above, the Buccaneers are already mostly set at edge defender for the time being. Shaquil Barrett is about to get paid by the Bucs, and Jason Pierre-Paul still has some gas in the tank to keep performing at his current level.
Unfortunately, Tampa Bay doesn’t have a lot of proven depth outside of these two, and either could leave the Bucs high and dry if an injury occurs.
Quincy Roche could be an immediate solution to this problem if the Buccaneers have to move on from Jason Pierre-Paul and is currently pegged to fall somewhere on day two.
After two solid years at Temple and then a monstrous junior season, Roche is now a Miami Hurricane and should get more attention from the media heading into the draft.
Roche has the size and the speed to play outside linebacker in a 3-4 comfortably, and the Buccaneers would benefit significantly from this selection.
Miami has been slightly better off than FSU these past few years, but like Wilson, Roche is going to have to do everything in his power to keep the Hurricanes relevant and make it to the NFL.