The final pick of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2012 NFL draft came at number 233, and it was a receiving tight end from a relatively small school - just like it was last year. Drake Dunsmore caught 143 passes for 1,567 yards and 14 touchdowns in his five-year college career, although he was sidelined with injury for the entire 2008 season. He has a lot of experience catching passes downfield, but he is not an experienced blocker.
Dunsmore has the ability to develop into a quality receiving tight end/H-back, while he also has the size to be a quality blocker. Will he develop into a quality option for the Bucs, or will he disappear off the roster after preseason as so many late-round players? We'll see in training camp.
So, what do you think of Dunsmore? Do you know him? Do you like him? Do you like the fit with the Bucs? Let us know in the comments and the poll.