You get a Bucs defense."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 2016 NFL DraftInjuriesFree AgencyGame FilmCBS Gives Todd Bowles Everything He Wants In Latest 7-Round Mock DraftNew Bryan Anger Jersey ,15commentsYou want a Bucs defense? You get a Bucs defense.EDTShareTweetShareShareCBS Gives Todd Bowles Everything He Wants In Latest 7-Round Mock DraftKim Klement-USA TODAY SportsMock drafts have a way of inciting anger and elation as much as they have the ability to break-up lifelong friendships and even cost people full-time employment. These fictitious morsels of uninformed guess work sure do give those of us who love them quite the emotional response some times.For the record, Iím not entirely sure Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive coordinator Todd Bowles reads mock drafts or not. I imagine if I were in his position I would, if for no other reason than to just get a beat on how outsiders view my stable of players.Many mock drafts since Jonah Williams stopped being a consensus Top-5 pick have had the Bucs going defense in the first round. I recently stumbled upon a seven-round mock draft constructed by CBSí Chris Trapasso, and he agrees with the majority.In his recent complete mock draft, Trapasso has Jason Licht and the Buccaneers pulling the trigger on selecting LSU linebacker Devin White.The linebacker has been wowing teams, media and scouts alike since the draft circuit reached full steam, and he did so once again at his pro day.Bowles is installing a new defense. One many players on the Buccaneers are not familiar with in execution. Having an interior linebacker in the middle of it all to make sure all of his teammates are in the right place for the play call and reads is going to be critical to the success and failure of the unit.Deone Bucannon provides experience and knowledge with the scheme, but isnít going to be able to fill the full-time role Bowles needs there. He can however, help incorporate and accelrate Whiteís learning curve, getting him ready to quarterback the defense in 2019.Trapasso wasnít done giving Bowles new faces for his side of the ball though. In the second-round, the writer has Penn Stateís Amani Oruwariye heading home to Tampa. Of course, if youíve listened to any of our draft conversations on the Locked On Bucs Podcast, then you know I smiled at this selection. So hopefully, so does Bowles.Oruwariye has the size and skill to fit what we think the Bucs will want to do on defense this year. Iíve spoken about being in favor of having a veteran to start opposite of Carlton Davis III this coming season, but if there isnít one - which there isnít right now - then Iím all-in on Oruwariye and Davis manning the perimeter for Tampa Bay.By the end of day two, new offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich is likely to wonder if he did something to make Bruce Arians and Jason Licht angry as the team nabs yet another defensive player.This time, itís Texas defensive lineman Charles Omenihu. In his mock, Trapasso compares Omenihu to current player Jason Pierre-Paul. Offensive line truthers will be angry here. But man, Omenihu on the defensive line would really start making this defensive group look dangerous.Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY SportsThose concerned about the offense donít have to worry though. While Bowles is likely in his office for most of day three plugging away finding ideas on how to use his significantly re-loaded defense, Leftwich gets three straight picks in rounds four, five and six for his side of the ball. And theyíre all good picks too. (Man, Trapasso killed this.)The final pick for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is my favorite. Not because heís an instant starter or all-pro in the making Demar Dotson Jersey , but because heís a sleeper I personally identified early in this process and have kept an eye on ever since.I wonít ruin the ending. Just head over and check out how the entire 2019 NFL Draft will pan out. Then get to praying it happens exactly how Trapasso says it might. Because the Buccaneers came away with perhaps the best draft class in the league if it does. Could the Bucs add a former first-round pick?"It appears Dante Fowler, Jr. could be heading for NFL free agency. Coming off a starter role with a team that made the Super Bowl isnít always what to expect to hear before learning that player might be let go. But if he is, what would Fowler, Jr. hitting free agency look like?DANTE FOWLER JR.íS CAREERFowler was drafted third overall in the 2015 Draft by the Jacksonville Jaguars after forgoing his college senior year eligibility. Unfortunately, he tore his ACL early in his rookie minicamp and missed his entire rookie year. In 2016 he worked his way back and appeared in all sixteen games. He recorded 23 tackles and four sacks, a solid campaign for a player coming back from a major injury. In 2017 he was able to stay healthy again and had his best year yet with eight sacks. It looked as if he might become the pass rusher he was drafted to be. But it was not to be. In 2018 he was suspended the first game of the season for violating the leagueís Conduct Policy and was suspended for a week in the preseason for something he said to the referees. He couldnít break through the Jagsí stacked defensive line and was logging just 32 percent of the snaps as a rotational player. He recorded just two sacks for the Jaguars in seven games and Jacksonville traded him to the Los Angeles Rams for two draft picks - a 2019 third-round pick and a 2020 fifth-round pick. In his first four games with the Rams Fowler collected two more sacks, playing as an ďoutside linebackerĒ in Wade Phillipsí defense. Fowler did not have any sacks during the Ramsí playoff run, but he finished with about 57 percent of the snaps.WHY THE BUCCANEERS NEED HIMWho doesnít need more edge rushers? The truth is Fowler doesnít actually provide that much in the way of a pass rush. He has 4, 8, and 4 sacks in his three seasons respectively. The Rams traded for him hoping to work out his untapped potential. Drafting a first-round edge rusher is the best way to find the highly valuable consistent double-digit sack guys. Fowler hasnít been that guy. Now that heís entering his fifth season in the league, heís also unlikely to become that kind of player. But heís fast, instinctual, and a good edge defender. Fowler will also be just 25 years old next season and he probably might still provide a higher ceiling than players like Carl Nassib. WHAT WILL FOWLER, JR. COST?Thatís an interesting question. Even accounting for just the seasons he has played, Fowler doesnít put up much numbers. Heís 39th in sacks since 2016 and just 48th in tackles for a loss. His numbers are closer to Alex Okafor or say Shaq Lawson. Adrian Clayborn got a $10 million dollar deal worth $5m per year. Fowler may find his market somewhere around $10-15 million dollars total. However, all it takes is one team to believe it can unlock his potential and offer him more to start for them. WILL IT HAPPEN?Probably not. Fowlerís price tag seems accessible, but does he add anything to the Bucs, or make them better? He might be the right move if the Bucs are looking to cut what they feel is some dead weight on the roster and want to pick up a cheaper or equivalently priced alternative with higher upside. Fowler may want a team that is willing to be patient with him and try to develop him into a starter. That could pay off for both him and that team. But right now in his career he may be better suited to a rotational role as a teamís No. 2 edge rusher, and where he is surrounded by talent, like he is with the Rams. Fowler could get that in Tampa Bay if the Buccaneers hold on to Gerald McCoy, but Fowler would still likely share snaps and that No.2 role with Nassib.