The Bucs used the final pick of the 2nd round on Florida QB Kyle Trask. A 22-game starter, Trask truly emerged this past season. Across 12 appearances, he recorded 4,283-43-8 on a 68.9% completion rate. Throwing to guys like Kyle Pitts and Kadarius Toney helped, but Trask still brings NFL-quality size (6’5, 236), pocket mobility and intangibles. It’s worth noting that Trask barely played in high school, as he sat behind current University of Miami QB D'Eriq King. So perhaps we’ve yet to see Trask’s best ball. He’ll spend some more time on the bench in Tampa behind Tom Brady. Trask is obviously off the redraft radar and is only worth considering late in 2-QB or superflex dynasty rookie drafts.