The Buccaneers have lame new helmets but they may be getting a strong and very awesome draft class this year. With new management in charge of everything, the Bucs are starting to hash out adrift strategy and many fans are starting to wonder what they may end up doing.
On player that the Bucs may target is LSU Tigers running back Jeremy Hill who is starting to garner a lot of attention and praise from scouts and analysts alike. Pete Yasinskas form ESPN.com notes that while no one knows what the Bucs are doing, and the team has three running backs already, they may be open to drafting Hill if he’s there.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are pretty well set at running back with starter Doug Martin and backups Mike James and Bobby Rainey. But, if Hill is the best player on their board at any given time, anything is possible.
Anything is possible at the draft, but the Buccaneers taking Hill is far-fetched. Lovie Smith did grab Matt Forte in Chicago to be a lead back, but the Bucs already have Doug Martin and a compliment of backs behind him, meaning the Bucs picks can be devoted to filling defensive holes.