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/>Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteBucs Nationa Tampa Bay Buccaneers communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsBuccaneersOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 2016 NFL DraftInjuriesFree AgencyGame FilmFiled under:Today's NFL NewsRoster MovesThree Bucs On The Roster Bubble After The NFL DraftNew Jordan Whitehead Jersey ,14commentsLife may get a bit hectic for these guys in the coming months.EDTShareTweetShareShareThree Bucs On The Roster Bubble After The NFL DraftJasen Vinlove-USA TODAY SportsIt’s pretty obvious that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ 2019 draft class will have an impact on the roster moving forward. I mean, that’s the life of a football player. We all know this by now. So which players are currently on the outside looking in? This isn’t a death sentence by any means - the following players still have a shot to be around in September - but it’s going to be much harder to make the roster and there will be a lot more competition to deal with. But if this team needs anything, it’s competition to figure out which players can make it under the new regime. Here are the three Bucs on the roster bubble after the NFL Draft:1. CB Ryan SmithEven though he showed some flashes of improvement last year, it probably won’t be enough to keep Smith on the roster in 2019. Not all of it has to do with poor play. The Bucs drafted two cornerbacks in the second round of the NFL Draft last year and then drafted two corners and one safety in this year’s draft. Smith will cost the Bucs $2,025,000 after his dead money is accounted for, which is simply way too expensive whenever there are better options that also fit in the defense. He is the odd man out at this point and I’d be shocked if he is still on the roster by the time training camp rolls around. 2. DE William GholstonThis could all change depending on the final prognosis of Jason Pierre-Paul’s injury. If JPP does miss a large chunk of the season, then Gholston will likely remain on the roster. Until we find out what’s really going on, I’ll leave him here. To say that Gholston has underperformed since signing a 5-year/$27,000,000 deal before the 2017 season would be an understatement.His stat line reads as such since the big payday: one sack and 47 tackles in 12 starts. Gholston has made $13.5 million over the past two years. That comes out to $13.5 million per sack and $287,234.04 per tackle so far. Boy, talk about a bargain. He’s set to make $3.75 million in 2019, which is way too much, but he may now make the roster depending on what happens with Jason Pierre-Paul and Gerald McCoy. It’s hard to imagine Gholston finding work elsewhere if he is cut by the Bucs. That’d likely require a pay cut as well Anthony Nelson Jersey , so why not just give the team a hometown discount?3. K Cairo SantosYep, expect another kicking battle in Tampa Bay.Santos’ job was officially put on the line when the Bucs took Matt Gay out of Utah in the fifth round of the NFL Draft. Both players are expected to compete for the starting job throughout the summer. New punter Bradley Pinion should handle kickoffs, so all eyes will be on the uprights. There is a chance that Santos could win the job and make the Bucs look like idiots yet again for drafting a kicker.This has become an annual festivity, one where we all hold our collective breath in hopes that a savior will come and save us fr-Sorry. Please. Someone just win the damn job and win it because you were the best, not because you were the lesser of two evils. Could the Buccaneers look towards the Alabama product to beef up the offensive line?"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 2016 NFL DraftInjuriesFree AgencyGame FilmTampa Bay Buccaneers Draft Profile: Lineman, Jonah WilliamsNew,62commentsCould the Buccaneers look towards the Alabama product to beef up the offensive line?EDTShareTweetShareShareTampa Bay Buccaneers Draft Profile: Lineman, Jonah WilliamsBrian Spurlock-USA TODAY SportsAlabama is a powerhouse in college that is constantly churning out NFL ready talent come draft time each April. Jonah Williams is likely to be at the top of the schools list for draft-able talent this time around and the Buccaneers would be wise to take a look. Jonah William’s College CareerJonah Williams has been a starter since setting foot on campus at Alabama. Williams has played both tackle positions and as a true Junior, pitched a season long shut out allowing zero sacks on the season. Over a span of 1,382 total pass blocking snaps in college Jonah Williams allowed a measely 5 sacks, 8 quarterback hits and 31 total hurries. Simply put, the man was dominating the SEC’s best edge rushers. Williams will enter this years draft as the consesus top tackle and overall lineman available. The Buccaneers are in a prime spot drafting 5th overall and may have a shot at solidifying another piece of the offensive line for the long haul. ProsExcellent hand placement has been a staple to Williams’ success at Alabama. Williams has overcome a disadvantage with his arm length by understanding and utilizing hand swipes and swats with precision to disable potential pass rushers from landing a hand into his chest. Another aspect of Jonah Williams’ game that stands out is how well he anchors against contact. When engaged, Williams absorbs initial contact and controls the situation. Williams is not a one dimensional tackle either, excelling both against the run and in pass protection. Williams shows consistent timing when pulling and creates some massive lanes for the run game. There is very good snap and acceleration into contact which will translate well to the NFL. Williams displays advanced body control and flexibility. Very good mover in space and has top notch positional IQ for a true junior. Williams consistently is prepared for his opponents every move and that can’t be highlighted enough. “Athleticism, preparation and technique” are what Williams mentioned at the combine that are his greatest strengths.ConsLength. Jonah Williams measured in with 33-5/8” arms. Is this a deal breaker? No. Is it important? Well... kinda. Longer reach is always an advantage over shorter reach for a tackle. First to contact is important for an offensive lineman Anthony Nelson Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jersey , in particular a tackle that is dealing with speed off the edge. Before anyone worries too much about arm length though lets not forgot that some top tackles have easily overcome similar issues such as Joe Thomas, Jason Peters, Joe Staley and former undrafted free agent turned Pro Bowler, Donald Penn. Furthermore, when asked at the combine about his arm length, Williams had a response ready. Jonah Williams in response to those very concerns: “I don’t think necessarily that it’s a huge deal... I’m proud of the way that I play and approach the game... so if my fingers were an 1/8th of an inch longer I’d be good enough? So I think the way that I play is what defines me as a football player.”Why the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Need Jonah WilliamsWilliams would almost immediately rival Ali Marpet as the team’s top offensive lineman. Reason enough to draft him, right? Let’s not forgot that Demar Dotson’s career is nearing it’s end and the tackle spot in general on both sides is a bit worrisome despite the resigning of the Iron Man himself, Donovan Smith. Teaming Smith up with Williams would arguably be the best move that Tampa Bay could make this entire off-season aside from hiring Bruce Arians. In order for Winston and the offense to succeed, he will need time to allow Arians vertical attack to flourish. Williams could be the final piece to an otherwise shaky offensive line from a year ago.Will It Happen?It all comes down to what happens with the top 4 picks of the draft. Should Jonah Williams be available at pick 5, barring a top defensive end lasting, it’s a true no brainer. Williams is the top offensive lineman and is a hell of a prospect. The tackle position is vastly more important than any non pass rusher that the team could be interested in and you don’t get the opportunity to take a franchise tackle very often, Tampa Bay may be in position to do just that in this up coming draft. This is a move that needs to happen if the opportunity is there. Solidify this offensive line Jason Licht, let your quarterback and run game rise to it’s potential once and for all.