The Buccaneers continued to address their offensive line when they drafted Aaron Sears out of Tennessee. The Bucs quietly brought Sears into town before the draft and worked him out. The coaching staff really loved his tenacity and versatility and fell in love with the guy. Sears was a 3 year starter at Tennessee and played every position on the Offensive line except center for the Vols. His Senior year Sears won the Jacobs award which is given annually to the best blocker in the SEC. Sears played against tough talent day in and day out in the SEC and dominated most of them. Sears is a big guy who plays with a nasty streak and is a great run and pass blocker. Sears is great run blocker and the addition of Sears to the offensive line will only help Cadillac Williams and the running game even more. Sears is also a great pass blocker and adding him to the left side with Davis and Petigout in a rotation will help give the Quarterback, whoever it may be, have more time to make some throws. The addition of Sears to the line also may allow the Bucs to move Dan Buenning to Center to back up John Wade who is getting up there in age Finally, having Sears to further help solidify the line should allow Gruden to allow the TE to go out into the pattern and not make them stay back to block, which will open up his offense. Although Sears did play all positions in College he projects to be a better Guard than Tackle in the NFL. Sears has a little smaller arms than you would like and also struggled against speed rushers in college. Overall this was a solid need pick for the Bucs and a great addition to the Buccaneers. Welcome to the Bucs Aaron.