Late round picks for the Buccaneers in the 2021 NFL Draft
Caden Sterns, S, Texas
The Buccaneers lost Andrew Adams to free agency and need someone else to compete for the fourth spot. Sterns has the abilities to be great against the pass if Todd Bowles uses him in the right ways.
Demetric Felton, WR/RB, UCLA
Demetric Felton’s name has plummeted down draft boards in recent months, but he could still have value on the Buccaneers. The modern WR/RB hybrid is becoming much more popular, and Felton in a late round gives the Bucs plenty of flexibility without over-drafting a player.
Tristen Hoge, IOL, BYU
The seventh round is all about taking chances. Tristen Hoge is likely good enough to go a bit earlier than the seventh round, but his college tape indicates he can be a great backup on the interior of the offensive line with the potential to serve in a depth role in the event of an injury down the road.
Tre Norwood, CB, Oklahoma
The Bucs ended up taking a UDFA from Oklahoma at corner after the draft last season in the form of Parnell Motley. Motley was great, but the Bucs didn’t have the space to make it work long-term, but Norwood is an opportunity to make up for losing Motley.
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