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Licht Began Scouting Winston While In Arizona With The Cardinals

0 comments 📅May 1, 2015 5:36 pm

In Friday’s SR’s Fab 5 column, reported that Bucs general manager Jason Licht had begun scouting new Tampa Bay quarterback Jameis Winston, the team’s first-round pick on Thursday, during his redshirt freshman season at Florida State in 2013 when he was with Arizona. After Winston’s introductory press conference, Licht elaborated on his extensive scouting of the quarterback that led the Seminoles to a 26-1 record and a national championship.

“We knew he was going to be a special player,” Licht said. “We went and watched him play when I was in Arizona, and watched him on tape, too. And we talked a lot about him when I was there. Never in my wildest dreams did I think I’d be the general manager of a team that would have the chance to draft him.”

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David Said Winston Won’t Be A Distraction If He’s The Bucs’ Pick

42 comments 📅April 28, 2015 12:17 pm

Former Florida State quarterback, and likely Bucs draft pick, Jameis Winston, is known for his loud, boisterous personality. Some have described it as confident, while detractors call it cocky.

Regardless of the more accurate description, Tampa Bay star linebacker Lavonte David thinks if Winston is the pick, his personality will fit inside the locker room, or else the veterans will make it fit.

“We have guys in this locker room with great character and I think if we draft him and (he) comes in the locker room, I am sure guys that will pull him to the side and make him understand that there’s a role here he has to play, and sometimes he may have to tone that down,” David said. “Some guys may just say, ‘Be yourself. That’s who you are so be yourself.’ But I don’t think it will be a distraction or anything like that. I’m sure if he comes in he’ll adapt to what we have going on in the locker room.”

David, during his few minutes on the podium also touched on the team being eager to get last season’s 2-14 record behind them


“Very eager – you can tell by the guy’s attitude in the locker room,” David said. “Nobody’s mentioned anything about last year yet. That was one of the worst years I’ve been through since I started playing football and something I want to get out of my head as soon as possible. That’s why I’m here every day, just doing what I got to do to not go through nothing like that again and I’m sure all the other guys feel that way.”

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Licht: Bucs Investigated Winston Like Cardinals Investigated Mathieu

14 comments 📅April 20, 2015 1:17 pm

The Buccaneers have reportedly interviewed at least 75 people in their pre-draft evaluation of Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston, a player that most, including, believe Tampa Bay will select with the first overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. From those connected to Florida State’s football team to some in the district attorney’s office in Tallahassee, Winston has been thoroughly investigated by Tampa Bay general manager Jason Licht and his staff this offseason.

The investigation is important due to some red flags and character concerns stemming Winston had from several off-field incidents at Florida State over the past three years. Yet throughout the investigation, the Bucs have said the organization – from the Glazers to head coach Lovie Smith to Licht himself – is “comfortable” with picking Winston first overall.

“We’ve talked to a lot of people,” Licht said. “And ‘a lot’ is probably not a big enough word. But we’re not going to publicly talk about whom we’ve talked to, that’s what we’ve decided internally. We’re not going to talk about the process. All I can tell you is that the Glazer family, the head coach, the GM and our staffs, couldn’t feel more confident about the process that we’ve gone through so far.”

Licht said that it’s not necessarily a bad thing having to spend so much time investigating a player like Winston, and that it is not a red flag itself.

Washington Redskins v Arizona Cardinals“Yes, I’ve been around some picks where we’ve done almost as much work,” Licht said. “Unsettling? I don’t want to say unsettling because sometimes you find more and more good as you go. It’s not unsettling that we’re doing this much, it’s actually comforting that we’re putting as much work into it as we are.”

Licht said that a similar amount of research time was put into former LSU free safety Tyrann Mathieu, who was drafted by Arizona in the third round in 2013, which was the last year Licht was with the Cardinals organization. Mathieu, who was a dynamic defensive back in college, had a history of drug usage at LSU.

“Very similar,” Licht said. It’s talking to a lot of people, and trying to talk to as many unbiased people and associates around him as well as people close to him. It’s very similar. We find a guy there (Mathieu) that Steve Keim, Bruce Arians and Michael Bidwell were very comfortable with him as a person and how much football meant to him.”

Mathieu went on to have 68 tackles, nine pass breakups, two interceptions, a forced fumble and a sack in 13 games before tearing his ACL and being placed on injured reserve. The Bucs can only hope that Winston, should they draft him, has just as good of a rookie season for them.

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Licht on Glennon: “He’s A Very Valuable Piece Of This Organization”

11 comments 📅April 20, 2015 12:18 pm

Lovie Smith praised the play of QB Mike Glennon - photo by: Cliff Welch/PREarlier this offseason Bucs general manager Jason Licht revealed that the team had been receiving calls for quarterback Mike Glennon, who has started 19 games for Tampa Bay since being selected in the third round of the 2013 draft. When asked about Glennon, who some perceive as potential trade bait by the Bucs this year, especially if the team drafts a quarterback with the first overall pick, Licht reiterated how much the Bucs like him.

“We really like Mike Glennon,” Licht said. “He’s a very valuable piece of this organization and this team.”

Licht’s comment was rather ambivalent in the fact that Glennon could have value to the organization as a solid backup behind a rookie starter like Jameis Winston, whom many, including, or as a valuable trade commodity. It is believed that the Bucs would ideally want a third-round pick for Glennon and wouldn’t settle for anything less than a fourth-rounder if the club decides to trade him.

Yet trading Glennon is not a foregone conclusion as Licht and the organization put a premium on having a backup quarterback that is capable of winning games in the NFL in case of an injury to the team’s starter. While Glennon only has a 5-14 record in his 19 NFL starts, he has thrown for 29 touchdowns and 15 interceptions in his two years in the league.

If Glennon isn’t dealt by Day 2 of the 2015 NFL Draft there’s a strong chance that he’ll be Tampa Bay’s backup quarterback once again.

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Winston’s Attorney Fires Back, Says Kinsman’s “Stunt Was Expected”

11 comments 📅April 17, 2015 7:26 am

On the heels of the civil lawsuit filed on Thursday by Erica Kinsman, the former Florida State student who accused former Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston of sexual assault in December 2012, Winston’s legal advisor, David Cornwell, fired back on Friday with a statement:

“This stunt was expected. Ms. Kinsman’s false accusations have already been exposed and rejected six times. This time will be no different. Mr. Winston welcomes the opportunity to clear his name with the truth.

“Mr. Winston is looking forward to the upcoming draft. He will not permit this ploy to distract him as he begins the journey of fulfilling his lifelong dream of being a championship quarterback in the National Football League.”

Winston has claimed his innocence and that the sex with Kinsman was consensual. He was not charged with any crime after being investigated by the Florida State Attorney’s Office and by Florida State University.

Kinsman, who was featured in the documentary “The Hunting Ground,” filed her civil suit two weeks prior to the NFL Draft where Winston is expected to be the first overall selection by Tampa Bay. Bucs sources told on Thursday that this civil suit will have no effect on the team’s draft plans whatsoever.

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Bucs’ Pre-Draft Visits & Workouts: CBs White, Shepherd, McCain, Etc.

0 comments 📅April 12, 2015 5:03 pm

The Buccaneers have added some depth and competition to the cornerback position this offseason and will likely continue that trend in the draft. With Mike Jenkins re-signed to bolster the cornerback position, which is led by Alterraun Verner and Johnthan Banks, Tampa Bay could turn to improving the talent at the nickel cornerback spot in the draft.

The Bucs only had one interception last year from the nickel cornerback spot, which was handled by Leonard Johnson and Isaiah Frey. Tampa Bay signed veteran free agent Sterling Moore to compete for the starting job, but all three nickel corners are only signed for the 2015 season.

The Bucs have been scouting nickel cornerbacks during the offseason, including Texas’ Quandray Diggs and Oregon State’s Steven Nelson at the Senior Bowl and Oregon’s Ifo Ekpre-Olomu. Here is a list of nickel cornerbacks the team has scouted in either visits to One Buc Place or personal workouts at the players’ respective schools.

TCU CB Kevin White
The Bucs met with White at the Senior Bowl and then visited with him at One Buc Place. He’s a willing tackler in run support and had six career interceptions while matching up against some of the Big 12’s top receivers like West Virginia Kevin White and Kansas State’s Tyler Lockett. The shifty White is considered to be a third-round pick.

Florida State CB Ronald Darby
The Bucs have met with Darby, a junior entry, who produced two interceptions and two forced fumbles in his three years at Florida State, but did not record a pick last year. Darby isn’t as fast or as athletic as fellow Seminoles cornerback P.J. Williams, but he’s tough in run support and good against slot receivers. He’s regarded as a fourth-round draft pick.

Kansas CB JaCorey Shepherd
The Bucs worked out Shepherd in late March at KU on the same day the team worked out linebacker Ben Heeney. Shepherd is more quick than fast, which is why he’s better suited inside in the pros. He’s had 28 pass breakups and five interceptions in the past two years, and is viewed as a fourth- or fifth-round selection.

Rice CB Bryce Callahan
Callahan is always around the ball, evidenced by his 33 pass breakups and 13 interceptions, two Rice v Houstonforced fumbles and a fumble recovery. The Bucs were scouting him hard at the East-West Shrine practices and have met with the Day 3 prospect, who will likely be drafted in the fifth or sixth rounds.

Memphis CB Bobby McCain
McCain has 12 career interceptions, including three he returned for touchdowns, three fumble recoveries and one forced fumble. He had a great week at the East-West Shrine Game and met with the Bucs, in addition to Tampa Bay visiting with him at One Buccaneer Place. McCain, who also has experience as a kick returner, is viewed as a sixth- or seventh-round pick.

Ball State CB Eric Patterson
The Bucs worked out Patterson, who hails from Tampa, with some other local prospects on Friday. He’s overcoming a broken arm that caused him to miss the last three games of the season. Patterson is a hard-hitting corner in run support, but also had six career interceptions at Ball State. He’s likely a seventh-round draft candidate or an undrafted free agent.

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Bucs’ Pre-Draft Visits & Workouts: FSs Randall, Holliman, Campbell, Etc.

1 comment 📅April 12, 2015 2:03 pm

The Buccaneers could surprise a lot of folks and draft a free safety early – perhaps as early as the third round. That premise has been written about in a recent edition of SR’s Fab 5 and also in’s 2015 Bucs’ 7-Round Mock Draft.

Tampa Bay has been scouting mid-round safeties hard this offseason despite the re-signing of Major Wright and the addition of free safety Chris Conte. Wright signed a two-year deal and Conte inked a one-year pact with the team, but neither is considered to be a long-term solution at free safety opposite strong safety Bradley McDougald.

With only two interceptions coming from the safety positions last year – and none through the first 15 games of the season – Tampa Bay needs more playmakers roaming the center of the field. The Bucs like a lot of safeties, including Samford’s Jaquiski Tartt and Utah safety/cornerback Eric Rowe, and here is a list of the ones the has scouted in either visits to One Buc Place or personal workouts at the players’ respective schools.

Arizona State FS Damarious Randall
Arizona State reporter Brad Denny reported that Randall would work out with the Bucs and that tookArizona State v Oregon State place on Sunday at One Buccaneer Place. Randall has actually met with Tampa Bay twice and is the team’s third-round pick in the latest’s 2015 Bucs’ 7-Round Mock Draft, but he could go in the second round. Including his two years at a junior college, Randall intercepted 19 passes over the last four years.

Northwestern FS Ibraheim Campbell
Aaron Wilson reported that Campbell has recently worked out for Tampa Bay and his stock is on the rise after the Senior Bowl where he performed well. Campbell has great instincts, ball skills and hitting ability. He notched 10 interceptions and six forced fumbles as a four-year starter for the Wildcats. Campbell’s stock is on the rise and he could have moved himself into the third round with a nice offseason.

Fresno State FS Derron Smith
Bucs safeties coach Mikal Smith attended Derron Smith’s workout at Fresno State. It’s possible that Smith has had a workout with Smith at that time. The Bulldogs safety was a four-year starter and finished his FSU career with 15 interceptions, including two pick-sixes, including seven as a junior in 2013. Smith is considered a third- or fourth-round prospect.

Louisville FS Gerod Holliman
Matt Miller first reported that Holliman was scheduled to meet with the Bucs back in March, and that visit took place on Sunday at One Buccaneer Place. Tampa Bay wants more takeaways from the free safety position and Holliman tied an NCAA record with 14 interceptions as a redshirt sophomore in 2014. Holliman needs to work on his tackling, and because he does, he’s likely a fourth-round selection.

Penn State FS Adrian Amos
In his diary for the Baltimore Sun, Amos reported that he recently had a private workout with Bucs safeties coach Mikal Smith. Amos, a former cornerback, is a big, hulking safety with solid hands and a nose for the ball. With his frame, Amos has the size and skill set to play either free safety or strong safety. He’s likely a fourth- or fifth-round pick.

This PR Bucs Blog entry will be updated as more free safeties visits and/or workouts are reported. Photo by: Getty Images

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Bucs’ Pre-Draft Visits & Workouts: LBs Kendricks, Dawson, Wilson, Heeney

3 comments 📅April 8, 2015 5:10 pm

Despite signing Bruce Carter in free agency, don’t be surprised to see Tampa Bay draft a linebacker in 2015. Carter has a history of playing strongside and weakside linebacker in Dallas, and only played in the middle when the Cowboys deployed a 3-4 scheme. The Bucs have been scouting middle linebackers with starting potential to challenge Carter for the job, or at the very least replace reserve Mike linebacker Dane Fletcher, who starred on special teams and wasn’t re-signed this offseason.

Every NFL club is allowed 30 visits to their team’s facility. NFL teams like the Bucs can work out as many draft prospects away from team facilities as they would like. Here is a list of linebackers the team has scouted in either visits to One Buc Place or personal workouts at the players’ respective schools or hometowns.

UCLA MLB Eric KendricksHouston v UCLA
There are some within the Bucs organization that believe that Kendricks is the best linebacker in the draft. At 6-foot, 230 pounds he’s not the biggest but Kendricks, whose brother Mychal is a linebacker for the Eagles, but he’s fast and has great instincts in coverage. According to NFL Network, Tampa Bay worked him out after his pro day, which was attended by linebackers coach Hardy Nickerson. Kendricks is a late-first- or early-second-round pick.

TCU MLB Paul Dawson’s Ian Rapoport reported that Dawson was privately worked out by Tampa Bay. On tape, he’s a productive blitzer, tackler and coverage linebacker, but didn’t test well athletically at the NFL Scouting Combine or his pro day. He could be drafted anywhere between rounds 2-4. If he falls to the third or fourth round the Bucs may be interested in pulling the trigger.

Georgia MLB Ramik Wilson
As first reported by, the Bucs have privately worked out Wilson, who hails from the Tampa area. One of the SEC’s leading tacklers over the past couple of seasons, Wilson is athletic and has the speed necessary to play in the Tampa 2 scheme. The Bulldogs standout is believed to be a third- or fourth-round prospect.

Kansas MLB Ben Heeney
The Bucs had a private workout at KU for Heeney and Jayhawks cornerback JaCorey Shepherd in late March. Heeney was a tackling machine at Kansas and was also sound in pass coverage, notching four career picks. He’s one of the fastest linebackers in the draft with sub-4.6 speed and could help Tampa Bay on Day 3. He’s currently a fifth-round pick in’s 2015 Bucs’ 7-Round Mock Draft.

This PR Bucs Blog entry will be updated as more linebackers visits and/or workouts are reported. Photo by: Getty Images

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Bucs’ Pre-Draft Visits & Workouts: DL Orchard, Barnes, Hudson, Etc.

7 comments 📅April 8, 2015 8:55 am

The Buccaneers need to add an edge pass rusher in the 2015 NFL Draft to replace defensive end Michael Johnson, who was cut after one disappointing season, but have also spent time meeting with some defensive tackles, too. Tampa Bay defensive line coach Joe Cullen worked out Washington defensive tackle Danny Shelton, a mid-first-round pick, in addition to defensive end Hau’oli Kikaha, whose 19 sacks ranked first in college football last year., and Andrew Hudson, who had 12.5 sacks last year and 22.5 in his Huskies career. Kikaha couldn’t crack 4.8 in the 40-yard dash and has had two ACL surgeries on the same knee, so his stock could plummet to the middle rounds where the Bucs might take a chance on him.Washington State v Washington

Defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier was at Memphis’ pro day to see cornerback Bobby McCain and defensive end Martin Ifedi, who is the Tigers’ all-time sack leader, and the Bucs were also present at Towson’s pro day to watch defensive end Ryan Delaire.

Every NFL club is allowed 30 visits to their team’s facility. NFL teams like the Bucs can work out as many draft prospects away from team facilities as they would like. Here is a list of defensive linemen the team has scouted in either visits to One Buc Place or personal workouts at the players’ respective schools or hometowns.

Florida DE Dante Fowler
Fowler, who is regarded as a top-10 pick, doesn’t count against the Bucs’ 30 visits because he’s a local prospect, and could be the top defensive player taken in the 2015 NFL Draft. Fowler is a tremendous athlete with long arms, but wasn’t a mega-producer at Florida, which is a signal that he’s either still reaching his potential or he could be an overhyped athlete that will disappoint in the NFL.

Utah DE Nate Orchard
First reported by’s Ian Rapoport, Orchard will be visiting the Bucs this week, and that’s welcome news as the team desperately needs a pass rusher after releasing Michael Johnson, who was an overhyped, overpaid free agent signing last year. Orchard had 18.5 sacks last season after posting just 3.5 the year before, and he abused Stanford left tackle Andrus Peat, who is considered to be a first-round prospect. Because he’s not a quick-twitch athlete, Orchard is likely a second- or third-round pick and may be Tampa Bay’s pick in Round 2.

Clemson DT Grady JarrettNorth Carolina State v Clemson
The Bucs really like Jarrett, who starred at the Senior Bowl, for his ability to trample the run on the way to the quarterback. Jarrett was instrumental in helping Vic Beasley get to the QB so often by providing an inside pass rush with his quickness. The Bucs worked out Jarrett, who carries a third- or fourth-round grade, at Clemson.

Auburn DT Gabe Wright
Similar to Jarrett, Wright is a strong, quick one-gap penetrator that would be perfect in the Tampa 2 scheme, which favors speed over size. Wright is big enough to play in the NFL at 6-foot-3, 300 pounds, and is graded as a fourth-round pick.

Clemson DE Corey Crawford
Crawford is a massive athlete at 6-foot-5, 299 pounds that had mediocre production at Clemson playing opposite Beasley. He has limited pass rush skills, but excels in stopping the run. Crawford, who carries a fifth-round grade and was worked out by Tampa Bay at Clemson, might be a better fit as a 3-4 defensive end than in a 4-3 scheme.

Clemson DE Tavaris Barnes
Barnes split time at left defensive end with Crawford for the Tigers, which hindered his production. Still, Barnes has an explosive burst and great size at 6-foot-4, 282 pounds to play left end in a 4-3 scheme like the Tampa 2. He’s currently viewed as an undrafted free agent.

Idaho DT Quayshawne Buckley
Buckley is a 6-foot-2, 291-pound pass-rushing defensive tackle that compiled 14.5 sacks, including 9.5 over the past two seasons. He carries a seventh-round or priority undrafted free agent grade and could be a nice pick up to bring to training camp.

Indiana DT Bobby Richardson
The undersized Richardson, who is 6-foot-3, 286 pounds, used his quickness to generate 11 sacks and 22 tackles for loss, in addition to blocking three kicks at Indiana. A Tampa native, Richardson will be working out at One Buc Place as a local prospect and could be considered as an undrafted free agent.

Washington DE Andrew Hudson
The 6-foot-3, 250-pound Hudson was benched for most of the 2013 season until getting a second chance last year with the new Huskies coaching staff. Playing on a defense with Kikaha and Shelton, Hudson recorded 12.5 sacks after not recording any as a junior. He wasn’t invited to the NFL Scouting Combine or any college all-star games, but impressed Cullen and will visit One Buc Place within the week.

This PR Bucs Blog entry will be updated as more defensive linemen visits and/or workouts are reported.

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Bucs’ Pre-Draft Visits & Workouts: OL Clemmings, Flowers, Cann, Jackson, Etc.

3 comments 📅April 7, 2015 1:24 pm

The Buccaneers will be adding at least one offensive lineman in the 2015 NFL Draft and have spent the offseason focusing on tackles and guards. has had Colorado State tackle Ty Sambrailo, whose pro day was attended by Bucs offensive line coach George Warhop, and Florida State guard Tre` Jackson in a previous version of its 2015 Bucs’ 7-Round Mock Draft before and has Pittsburgh’s T.J. Clemmings in its current edition. The Bucs also attended Boston College’s pro day and met with center Andy Gallik afterwards. It is unknown if Sambrailo and Gallick worked out for the Bucs or if they are scheduled to visit One Buc Place at this time.

Every NFL club is allowed 30 visits to their team’s facility. NFL teams like the Bucs can work out as many draft prospects away from team facilities as they would like. Here is a list of offensive linemen the team has scouted in either visits to One Buc Place or personal workouts at the players’ respective schools or hometowns.

Florida State OT-C Cameron Erving*
Erving was one of four offensive lineman that Warhop privately worked out on April 8 at Florida State when the Bucs’ brass descended on Tallahassee to privately work out quarterback Jameis Winston. Erving was Winston’s blindside pass protector for a year and a half before moving to center midseason in 2014. He wound up as an All-ACC performer at both positions and is expected to be a mid- to late-first-round pick.

Pittsburgh OT T.J. ClemmingsCLEMMINGSPITT
Clemmings is meeting with the Bucs, who like the fact that he has two years worth of experience at right tackle and the size, athleticism, quickness and frame to play left tackle. There are some similarities to Clemmings and Dallas’ Pro Bowl left tackle Tyron Smith. Clemmings didn’t have a good showing at the Senior Bowl, which hurt his draft stock and could push him to the top of the second round.

Miami OT Ereck Flowers
Between a private visit and a workout, the Bucs are definitely interested in Flowers, who played left tackle at Miami, but has the size and power to play right tackle in the NFL. Flowers is likely a late first-round pick, which means Tampa Bay might have to trade up from the second round into the first round if they want to acquire Flowers.

Florida OT D.J. Humphries
The Bucs have a need at offensive tackle and Humphries, who started 19 games at left tackle for the Gators, would be a nice fit if he can stay healthy. Humphries missed seven games over the past two years due to injuries. Humphries is a big, physical nasty run blocker with enough quickness to be effective in pass protection. He’s likely a second- or third-round pick.

Florida OT Chaz Green
Green, a Tampa native, is one of the local prospects who will be visiting the Bucs later in the week for a workout. He played right tackle at Florida, but has the size and athleticism to play guard at the NFL level. Because Tampa Bay has needs at right guard and right tackle, the Bucs could spend a Day 3 draft pick on Green if he works out well.

South Florida OT Darrell Williams
Williams started 29 straight games at left tackle for the Bulls, and is getting a look at the Bucs’ local workout at One Buccaneer Place on Friday. Williams also has the quick feet necessary to play inside at guard and could be an undrafted free agent or a rookie mini-camp invite.

South Florida C Austin Reiter
Like Williams, Reiter has been invited to One Buccaneer Place for a local workout on Friday. Reiter has been a stalwart three-year starter at center for the Bucs. Despite his experience, he is an undrafted free agent candidate.

South Carolina G A.J. Cann
Cann, who is one of the top-rated guards, was a four-year starter with 51 games and is a powerful run blocker. Cann, who has met with the Bucs, spent the past three seasons blocking for Mike Davis, whom Tampa Bay is interested in drafting. Cann is likely a second- or third-round draft pick.

Florida State G Tre` JacksonDiscover Orange Bowl - Northern Illinois v Florida State*
Jackson is a three-year starter at Florida State who blocked for quarterback Jameis Winston, whom the Bucs will likely select with the first overall pick. Tampa Bay got a good look at Jackson at the Seminoles’ pro day and worked him out with Warhop on April 8. Jackson will be drafted in the second or third round.

Florida State G Josue Matias*
Like Jackson, Matias has plenty of starting experience at Florida State as the Seminoles’ left guard for the past few years. He’s further ahead as a pass protector than he is a run blocker at this point, and will be a fourth- or fifth-round pick as a result. Matias was one of four Seminoles linemen to privately work out for Warhop.

Florida State OL Bobby Hart*
Hart is an extremely young prospect at the age of 20 having completed his senior year at Florida State. While he’s the least talented of the Seminoles’ draft-eligible linemen, he does have an upside and can play right tackle or guard at the next level. Warhop worked him out on April 8 at Florida State. Hart, who played in the East-West Shrine Game, is likely a late-round draft pick or an undrafted free agent.

This PR Bucs Blog entry will be updated as more offensive linemen visits and/or workouts are reported.

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