its very likely that Kyle Trask ends up a career back-up and is not the heir apparent to Tom.
Which isn’t a bad thing, if Tom plays like he did last year, let him play as long as he wants.
It was not our strongest draft, but again the bar has been set high the last 3 years netting Vita Vea, Ronald Jones, Carlton Davis, Alex Cappa, Jordan Whitehead, Devin White, Sean Bunting, Jamel Dean, Scotty Miller, Mike Edwards, Tristian Wirfs, and Antonio Winfield Jr.
Joe Tryon will have to shine in back-up role/practice. His fate will be determined whether or not the Bucs extend JPP. Edge was certainly a need so can’t argue with this pick.
I also like offensive line pick – Robert Hainsey. Both Cappa and Jensen are free agents next year so this provides depth and gives us a solid 6th guy.
Wasn’t originally fans of Kyle Trask or Jaelon Darden picks. Thought we could have used better depth at DT/DE with nothing good behind Vita Vea and with Gholston and Suh being free agents and elder statemen.
put it this way, the draft currently ranks 4th of the last 4 years and to me was more reminisce of a Jon Gruden type draft lol but hey….we’re Super Bowl Champs baby and this draft wont move the needle for 2021 in either direction.
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