Defensive Lineman for the Buccaneers
Malik Herring, Georgia
Herring logged considerable playing time all four years at Georgia. He faced some of the nation’s top offensive lineman nearly every week while playing in the SEC, and he stayed competitive and productive throughout his college career. His size and athleticism allow him to play both inside and outside.
Jordan Scott, Oregon
Scott is a bowling ball of a defensive tackle who will line up in the A gaps and wreak havoc. His quick burst and ability to penetrate and disrupt backfields might remind some Bucs fans of the great Warren Sapp.
Jaylen Twyman, Pittsburgh
Twyman would be a project with a ton of potential. After a very productive 2019 season, he opted out of 2020 due to COVID-19 concerns. His size and athleticism will remind people of another Pitt alum, Aaron Donald. That said, Twyman would need quite a bit of TLC in the technique department if he ever wanted to realistically be compared to Donald. He’s worth a late-round flyer, if for nothing else than depth for the time being.