2020 NFL Draft: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 7-round mock

Javon Kinlaw, South Carolina Gamecocks. (Photo by Jacob Kupferman/Getty Images)
Javon Kinlaw, South Carolina Gamecocks. (Photo by Jacob Kupferman/Getty Images) /
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K.J. Hill, Ohio State Buckeyes
K.J. Hill, Ohio State Buckeyes. (Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images) /

Fourth Round

Ohio State Buckeyes. K.J. Hill. 117. Scouting Report. WR. player. 812. Pick Analysis

Even though the Buccaneers have one of the better receiving corps in all of football, they made need to add a player or two to that position group in the NFL Draft. If they were to go with a wide receiver in the fourth round at No. 117 overall, K.J. Hill of the Ohio State Buckeyes could end up being that pick.

Hill is 6-feet and 195 pounds. He had 201 career catches for 2,332 yards and 20 touchdowns during his five years in Columbus. Even though he never had a 1,000-yard receiving season in college, he did find pay dirt 10 times as a redshirt senior last season. Having a player like Hill going in the fourth round is a testament to how deep this wide receiver draft really is. It’s incredible.

CB. Temple Owls. 139. player. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. 885. Harrison Hand

There are two teams in the NFC South now that will be all about guys who are Temple Tough. Former Owls head coach Matt Rhule may be in Carolina, but we know how much Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians and defensive coordinator Todd Bowles value players coming out of this AAC school. Look for them to go with cornerback Harrison Hand with the No. 139 overall selection.

Interestingly enough, Hand left Rhule’s program in Baylor to join up with the Owls for his junior season in 2019. He had 59 total tackles, four being for a loss of yardage, as well as five pass breakups and three interceptions during his brief time in Philadelphia. At 6-feet and 192 pounds, Bowles will find a way to get a guy from his alma mater onto the field in his Tampa Bay defense.