I've been of the opinion that we ought to go heavy on defense in the draft. Morris might be thinking a little differently though.
The coach identified his top offseason priorities on Monday as the continued development of rookie Josh Freeman and using the draft to surround the 21-year-old quarterback with promising young talent.
The Bucs will have five of the first 99 selections, including No. 3 overall.
"You've got to say No. 5's the biggest priority, making sure everything works around him, because when it worked around him, we were able to be successful," Morris said, referring to Freeman's jersey number.
Interesting. It seems his priority in the draft is to get Freeman some help. What do you think? We could definitely use some talent on o-line and receiving. I'm not sure it is a more glaring need than DT, but I can see his side of this. We might have something special in Freeman. If he's running for his life and throwing to receivers with bricks instead of hands, we might not ever find out.