On Friday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected Noah Spence, a defensive end out of Eastern Kentucky, with the No. 39 pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. Below is a quick look at the newest member of the Bucs:
SCHOOL: Eastern Kentucky
WEIGHT: 251HIGHLIGHTS:Click HereINFOGRAPHIC:Click HereSCOTT SMITH ON SPENCE:Click Here**
Take a peek at photos of the newest Buccaneer.
NFL.COM SAYS:"Plays with a big motor and tremendous endurance. Had eight-sack season as a sophomore at Ohio State. Plays at same speed throughout the game. Good upfield burst. Has played with hand in the ground and standing. Won't give away leverage by engaging too early in pass rush. Has solid speed to the edge with a strong rip move at the top of his rush to turn the corner. Takes good angles around the rush arc. Quick lateral slide down the line to restrict running lanes. Plays with a sense of desperation when the ball is in his area. Eludes lead blockers and cut blocks. Pursues around the field looking to scoop up tackles. Dominated his level of competition with 11.5 sacks, 22.5 tackles for loss and 63 tackles over 11 games. Scouts call him an intelligent person and player." …READ MORE CBS SPORTS SAYS: "Fluid, balanced athlete with smooth lateral quickness and change of direction ability to avoid blocks. Gets upfield quickly with his first step burst and closes fast, staying low to the ground with above average coordination. Wins the corner and controls his momentum extremely well with his natural leverage giving him an added advantage. Displays deadly dip to flatten to the quarterback." …READ MORE**