Chop Robinson, a Penn State EDGE, is the Buccaneers' NFL draft target.

It is no secret that the Buccaneers need to improve their pass rush this offseason, and they haven't exactly done so.  

In fact, they cut Shaq Barrett, one of their finest pass rushers, to save up some cap space.

Still looking for answers on how to get to the quarterback, they may have to turn to the NFL draft for help.  

That is where Penn State's Chop Robinson may enter the picture and add some major juice to Tampa Bay's pass rush.

The 6-foot-3, 250-pound pass rusher began his career at the University of Maryland before transferring to Penn State after the 2021 season.  

During his time at PSU, he evolved into a strong player. He ended his final season at Penn State with 15 tackles, four sacks, and two forced fumbles.

The only thing about Robinson that concerns me is his lack of sack output in college.

In his three years of collegiate football, he has a career best of 5.5 sacks in a single season and 11.5 total sacks over three seasons.  

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