The Bucs Picked A Guard

May 10th, 2014
New Bucs G Kadeem Edwards.

New Bucs G Kadeem Edwards.

The Bucs finally picked a guard. And he happens to be from Florida.

Kadeem Edwards from Tennessee State is your new Bucs guard. Originally from Samford, Fla., Edwards is a monster at 6-4, 313, though he’s been knocked for carrying excess weight.

Below is the NFL.com breakdown on Edwards.

Manned left guard all four years. As a true freshman in 2010, started 9 of 10 games played. Did not play against Austin Peay and did not start against North Carolina A&T. Started all 10 games played at LG in ’11, missing just the season finale against Jacksonville State because of a left ankle sprain. Started all 11 games in ’12. Started 12 of 13 games played in ’13 — did not play against Austin Peay and did not start against Eastern Illinois.

If he is playing left guard in college, a four-year starter, does that mean he will be replacing Carl Nicks, or is just an insurance policy?

10 Responses to “The Bucs Picked A Guard”

  1. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    We passed on Yankey for him….so, must be some reasons….hopefully we were right….

  2. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    We passed on Yankey for him….so, must be some reasons….hopefully we were right….

  3. Vince Says:

    Apparently this guy needs a decent amount of work, but has solid longterm upside as a starter.

  4. Rrsrq Says:

    Don’t know enough about this guy, question why Stanford’s David Yankey stayed on the board so long, thought he would be the pick when he was still on board, L & L, gets paid to make the right pick though, not me.

  5. terraj35 Says:

    Thats not really a breakdown of his game. Its just a drawn out way of saying hes durable. Although when hes coming in to backup carl nicks I guess thats all the info. you need to know.

  6. Shawnbucfan Says:

    Just traded back in

  7. Vince Says:

    This is how Rotoworld is comparing him to Yankey:

    “Edwards (6-foot-4 1/4, 313) Edwards displayed adequate athleticism at February’s Combine, clocking a 5.25 forty and 27-inch vertical, with 26 reps on the bench. Edwards’ long arms (34 1/2″) give him a chance to be a plus NFL pass blocker. He has an outside shot to develop into a starting guard.”


    “Yankey (6-foot-5 5/8, 315) …Despite the laundry list of awards, Yankey is a poor athlete (5.48 forty, 8-foot-7 broad jump) with limited strength (22 bench-press reps). At least two scouts labeled him a UDFA prospect during the pre-draft process. Yankey is at his best pulling and on the move.”

    Think we made the right move.

  8. tbswarm Says:

    He’s solid depth for sure wont be starting this year

  9. Jacko101 Says:

    About time we addressed the line

  10. Brandon Says:

    These athletic small school guys are often studs in the NFL. Anybody remember Larry Allen from Sonoma St.? Carl Nicks was a 5th round pick… most the really good OGs aren’t drafted until later.

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