Bucs Host Top Defensive Lineman On NFL Draft Top 30 Visit

In accordance with The Draft Community’s Justin Melo, the Bucs are persevering with to host Prime 30 visits for high-level prospects. Houston’s Logan Corridor was in Tampa Bay final week, assembly with the crew. Corridor is projected to return off the board wherever from the late first to late second spherical vary of the draft.

The Bucs interviewed Corridor on the NFL Scouting Mix, so it’s not a shock to see him formally go to Tampa Bay. Corridor dominated the Mix, checking in at 6-6, 283 kilos. He ran a 4.88 40-yard sprint and impressed on the agility drills as nicely. Corridor might want to get stronger and proceed to enhance his move rush plan. However six sacks throughout his ultimate faculty season point out what the tape reveals: a talent set trending upward.

Proper now, the Bucs have simply 4 rosterable defensive tackles below contract. Vita Vea, Will Gholston and Rakeem Nunez-Roches return from final 12 months’s rotation. And Pat O’Connor may present a number of inside move rush reps as nicely. However the Bucs are lacking one beginning defensive sort out, so drafting a Vita Vea operating mate may very well be an early transfer subsequent week. Additionally, Ndamukong Suh and Steve McLendon stay un-signed in free company. Each gamers have expressed curiosity in returning to the Bucs for one more season.

Right here’s a full listing of gamers the Bucs have hosted on pre-draft Prime 30 visits.


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