Buccaneers: Potential late round NFL draft picks for positions of need
By J.P. Scott
Tackle for the Buccaneers
Brady Christensen, BYU
Christensen is a great athlete who can play either side of the line and slide in to play guard if he needs to. He spent 2020 as the blindside protector for one of the best offenses and quarterbacks (Zach Wilson) in the country. This is a guy you can plug in and not worry about for eight years.
Jaylon Moore, Western Michigan
Moore started 32 games in college — most of those at left tackle. He’s smooth and polished as a pass-blocker and a mauler as a run-blocker. The biggest question mark is the competition he faced in college, but we’ve seen plenty of MAC players excel at the NFL level. He’s a safe pick.
Brenden Jaimes, Nebraska
Jaimes has the potential to be elite, but never quite found his way in college. A change of scenery and a higher level of coaching could benefit him greatly. Like Christensen, he can play either side of the line as well as guard. He’ll be on NFL rosters for a long time.