The Bucs appear to have a full head of steam going into the final weeks leading into the draft with more visits.
On Monday, the Bucs reportedly scheduled a visit this week with Iowa cornerback Josh Jackson. This was reported by NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport.
Jackson has a late first round to early second round projection. NFL’s Lance Zierlein labeled the Iowa product a “one-year wonder” and with only 14 career starts, he is considered inexperienced. However, he only allowed a 41.3 percent completion rate.
Tampa Bay is focused on their secondary. It seems like they are committed to improving the cornerback position via the draft. The question becomes whether they will reach for one in the first round or wait for things to play out.
There is a possibility they move back into the first round for one if they fear they will miss out on potential cornerback targets.