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At this point in the draft, the Bucs have strengthened their top three positions of need (CB, TE, DT). Now, they can go for the best player available.
This is Day 3 of the draft, however, so the best player available isn't necessarily a Week 1 starter. But that doesn't mean Tampa can't find significant contributors.
One significant contributor could be (drumroll, please) UConn's Blidi Wreh-Wilson.
Not content with just having a name that drives computer-operated spellcheckers crazy, Wreh-Wilson also has quite a bit of upside at the nickel corner position.
Bleacher Report's own Michael Schottey has some high praise for Wreh-Wilson:
UConn's Blidi Wreh-Wilson was considered a potential first-rounder at one point and could probably play nickel corner right away. Because of the depth of the class, he could end up going in the late third or early fourth round.
With Blidi, the Bucs would have yet another young cornerback who can be a major contributor in the future.