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Bowers is 280 pounds but still fits as a 4-3 defensive end with his monster pass rushing moves.
Bowers recorded 15.5 sacks last season and was nearly unblockable in the ACC. He has injury concerns that have reportedly dropped him off of a few teams' draft boards. Bowers is arguably a top 5 talent and will prove many naysayers wrong.
Though he is not an explosive athlete, Bowers still can be a great player at the next level.
Bowers used his hands to gain leverage and could use one of his numerous pass rushing moves to disrupt the pocket.
With a great first step, he sometimes even bull rushed his way to the quarterback.
His 25 tackles for losses showed he played in the opponents backfield.
The Buccaneers have drafted their defensive line in the past two drafts: Adrian Clayborn, Gerald McCoy, Brian Price, and DaQuan Bowers.
Pretty scary line, huh?