The Buccaneers continued to bring in potential prospects on Thursday after doing so on a very busy Wednesday doing the same.
Tampa Bay hosted Louisville cornerback Jaire Alexander and Sam Houston State defensive lineman P.J. Hall for pre-draft visits. The reports came courtesy of Roy Cummings and Jenna Laine on Twitter.
The #Bucs will host Sam Houston St. DT PJ Hall at One Buc Place today. Definitely not done looking for upgrades for that D line. Hall among those who’s stock is rising as draft nears.— Roy Cummings (@RCummingsFRS) April 5, 2018
I'm told that University of Louisville cornerback Jaire Alexander is visiting the Bucs today. He visited with the Raiders on Tuesday. The Bucs also met with Alexander in Louisville last month. After bolstering their pass rush during free agency,... https://t.co/MsovokjJys— JennaLaineESPN (@JennaLaineESPN) April 5, 2018
Hall’s common projection is somewhere around the third round, depending on who you ask. Some have him slipping into the fourth round. He is known to be quick off the snap and very disruptive for the interior of a defensive line.
As for Alexander, there are many who are big on the Lousiville product. But, projections on him vary as they range anywhere from late in the first round down to the third round. The former Cardinal is considered to be an athletic corner but tends to be inconsistent in playing the football in coverage.