Not even Tom Brady could copyright this brand new Tampa Bay Buccaneers seven-round mock draft.
Have you heard of Tom Brady? He’s a well-respected
copyright entrepreneur football player who is now a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The addition of Brady turns the Bucs into a legitimate contender in the NFC and now it’s time for the team to turn their attention to the 2020 draft and how to support their new Tampa…Bae.
I’ll see myself out.
Jedrick Wills Jr.
OL, Crimson Tide
It’s hard to imagine Tampa Bay going anywhere but offensive tackle with this pick. Much like quarterbacks and receivers, the order that tackles come off the board is anyone’s guess. And if anybody tells you “PLAYER X is definitely the first player off the board,” they’re probably lying.
Jedrick Wills is a really solid player but has seemed to lose a little bit of steam during the pre-draft process at the expense of the prospects with crazy athleticism (Wirfs), massive size (Becton) or consistency (Thomas). That leads him to slide a little bit in round one, where Tampa Bay is more than happy to scoop him up.
Wills can slot in immediately at right tackle to replace Demar Dotson and help to keep Tom Brady upright in the pocket.