Finding a running back who can add value in the passing game is arguably a much higher need for Tampa than adding to an already-loaded receivers group.
What Antonio Gibson lacks in experience at the position, he more than makes up for in speed and explosiveness. Gibson is a home-run hitter every time he touches the ball and his background at wide receiver lends itself to being a nice outlet for Tom Brady in the Tampa offense.
LSU’s Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Arizona State’s Eno Benjamin and Florida State’s Cam Akers are also considerations here but Gibson wins out with this pick in round four.
The Bucs have been linked to a ton of quarterbacks, both before and after signing Brady, so it’s fair to assume they have several on the radar.
I don’t see Bruce Arians being particularly enamored with Washington’s Jacob Eason, so instead they opt for another gunslinger, Florida International’s James Morgan.
Captain Morgan, as he’s known to some, has made himself a lot of fans during the pre-draft process. Tabbing someone nicknamed Captain Morgan to steer the Bucs’ ship in Tampa? Tom Brady could take some marketing lessons from that situation.