Now with the combine over, we can begin to look at some young talent and these three young men will become household names over the next few years.
King is a six-foot-four corner that played off man and press man in a defense similar to the Seattle Seahawks’. During the combine, he ran a 4.4 forty-yard dash and had a 39.5 in vertical. This young man could be a late round selection to sit behind Brent Grimes for a year, ultimately becoming a defensive threat on the outside.
This young man is a massive human being. Some years ago, he would have been made into a left tackle. Shaheen is a six-foot-seven two hundred seventy-eight-pound tight end. He is a receiving threat and a willing blocker. His blocking will get better with coaching and time. With the double tight formations that coach Koetter loves it would hurt a defense not knowing if Jameis will throw to this beast or to the savvy Cameron Brate.
Anthony Wales-RB-Western Kentucky
Wales did not get a combine invite but will be a day three pick up that will immediate help a dire running back situation. He stands five-foot-ten and weighs around one hundred ninety-five pounds. This kid can run between the tackles and can catch out of the backfield if need be. Wales could be to the Buccaneers what C.J. Prosise was to the Seahawks before his injury.