Buccaneers Pre-Draft Overview

With Dirk Koetter and Mike Smith now in charge or their respective sides of the ball, the team has a new-look coaching staff with some familiar faces. The Buccaneers roster is far from complete but we’ll go position by position and fast track an overview of the roster as it stands and who in the draft that the team could look at to fix it. I’ll be using my own draft board (Found at bottom of page) and the current Bucs draft positions in each round to determine who the top available targets should be. (PSA: Good chance if you find yourself asking “What about player A?”, I have taken into account draft position and they either A: Should be gone based on my board or B: Are not worth the pick.) The draft is under a week away so let’s take a look around the team and identify players that line up with each positional need throughout the draft.



Bucs Offense vs TexansQuarterback

On roster: Jameis Winston, Mike Glennon, Ryan Griffin, Dan LeFevour


With the team finding a franchise quarterback in Jameis Winston and a formidable backup in Mike Glennon, there is little to no reason to expect a quarterback to be drafted by the Buccaneers this year. Should the team trade Glennon, Griffin has a year with the team learning the system and should be able to step into the reserve role.

Top draft target by round: None


Running Back

On roster: Doug Martin, Charles Sims, Mike James


Martin returns after a huge 2015 season alongside Charles Sims who posted a career year in his second season with the team. The duo should be able to replicate similar success and keep the offense moving alongside Jameis Winston behind an offensive line built to punish teams with the running attack. Mike James showed a few years ago that he could provide a spark if called upon but the team may very well look to the draft for another 3rd option at running back.

Top draft target by round:

  1. Ezekiel Elliot, Ohio State
  2. Derrick Henry, Alabama
  3. C.J. Prosise, Notre Dame
  4. Paul Perkins, UCLA
  5. Kelvin Taylor, Florida
  6. Josh Ferguson, Illinois
  7. Aaron Green, TCU


VJaxWide/Slot Receiver

On roster: Mike Evans, Vincent Jackson, Kenny Bell, Louis Murphy, Russell Shepard, Adam Humphries, Donteea Dye, Andre Davis, Evan Spencer, Bernard Reedy


The Bucs will look for Evans to bounce back from a season in which he was plagued with timely drops while also looking forward to a healthy, yet aging, Vincent Jackson. The team will heavily rely on these two players to anchor a young core group of secondary receiving weapons anchored by the veteran of that group, Louis Murphy who is also coming off an injury plagued season. Kenny Bell may be the X-Factor in this group, as many analyst and draft experts had high hopes for the Nebraska product before he found himself on injured reserved prior to the season. With a redshirt year under his belt, look for Bell to jump onto the season and hopefully take on that third receiver role as an electric weapon to counter the twin towers outside. Andre Davis is a known commodity for any USF fan and was picked up late in the year by the Buccaneers. With an offseason to work, Davis will try and fight for a bottom of the roster spot as a possession receiver. Adam Humphries and Donteea Dye both got action as rookies and provided small sparks here and there as short area targets with some wiggle and speed to break away. Neither were able to separate themselves in the end and both will look to again fight for spots on the roster with a healthy Vincent Jackson. Russell Shepard should continue to be a special teams ace and see spot duty at receiver as an athletic weapon. The unit as a whole is solid when healthy but don’t rule out the possibility that the team looks to add a deep threat to the mix.

Top draft target by round:

  1. Josh Doctson, TCU
  2. Sterling Shepard, Oklahoma
  3. Will Fuller, Notre Dame
  4. Keyarris Garrett, Tulsa
  5. Jaydon Mickens, Washington
  6. Demarcus Robinson, Florida
  7. Hunter Sharp, Utah State


Tight End

On roster: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Cameron Brate, Brandon Myers, Luke Stocker, Tevin Westbrook


Cameron Brate was a safety net at times for Jameis Winston as he filled in a good amount for oft-injured teammate, Austin Seferian-Jenkins. As for “ASJ”, a healthy season will mean everything as with limited playing time due to injury, he posted similar numbers to Brate who stayed healthy the whole season. ASJ needs to prove he can fight through nagging injuries and become the playmaking big time tight end that the team envisioned when they took him at the top of the second round two seasons ago. Luke Stocker has found himself the last couple seasons as a multi-tooled tight end/H-back where he can block in the run game and catch the occasional pass thrown his way. Brandon Myers is the grizzled vet of the group along with Stocker and maintains his role as a 3rd option in the pass game at the tight end position, providing little in the way of blocking. Tevin Westbrook is a Florida product that converted from defensive end to tight end and never got a real shot to be a playmaker. With the Buccaneers, Westbrook is a big project as the stoutly built tight end has seen very little game time as a tight end seeing targets.

Top draft target by round:

  1. N/A
  2. Hunter Henry, Arkansas
  3. Jerell Adams, South Carolina
  4. Temarrick Hemingway, South Carolina State
  5. Bryce Williams, East Carolina
  6. Beau Sandland, Montana State
  7. Jake Mcgee, Florida


Offensive Tackle

On roster: Donovan Smith, Gosder Cherilus, Demar Dotson, Kevin Pamphile


Donovan Smith impressed coaches enough with his play at left tackle as a rookie to earn himself a chance to repeat that success and more. As a run blocker, Smith showed his worth and against the pass while leaving some desire for growth, steadily improved as the season went on. Right tackle was a revolving door at times with Cherilus struggling to protect against the pass, Demar Dotson should get a shot to compete and I’d expect a close race there with Dotson pulling out on top in the end. Pamphile saw action as a swing tackle and guard, displaying his versatility and imprinting himself as an important role player along the offensive line. A tackle should be looked at somewhere in the draft. How important it is to the team to get a bookend tackle should highly depend on how the team feels about Pamphile, who many including myself believe is best fit inside at guard, and how the team feels about Dotson’s ability to return to form.

Top draft target by round:

  1. Jack Conklin, Michigan State
  2. Germain Ifedi, Texas A&M
  3. Kyle Murphy, Stanford
  4. Cole Toner, Harvard
  5. Brandon Shell, South Carolina
  6. Fahn Cooper, Ole Miss
  7. Halapoulivaati Vaitai, TCU


marpet-storyOffensive Guard

On roster: Ali Marpet, J.R. Sweezy, Antoine Everette


Ali Marpet exceeded all expectations his rookie season, proving to be more than capable of blocking NFL defensive lineman in the run game and showed some fight against the pass as well. Like Donovan Smith, Marpet continued to improve as the season went on. J.R. Sweezy comes to the team from the Seattle where he garnered a reputation as a good run blocker. Sweezy has work to do as a pass protector but make no mistake about it, he’s here to block for Doug Martin just as much as he’s there to protect Jameis Winston. Everette is making the transition to guard still at this stage and relies on his intelligence and strong base. A project player, Everette will have to work hard to make the roster.

Top draft target by round:

  1. N/A
  2. Cody Whitehair, Kansas State
  3. Vadal Alexander, LSU
  4. Graham Glasgow, Michigan
  5. Landon Turner, North Carolina
  6. Spencer Drango, Baylor
  7. Kyle Friend, Temple



On roster: Joe Hawley, Evan Smith, Josh Allen, Ben Gottschalk, Andrew DePaola


Hawley stepped in for Evan Smith and never looked back after joining the team as a pick up from Dirk Koetter’s Falcon days. Evan Smith came to the Bucs as a center with the flexibility to move out to guard and could very well be used as a multi-tool in that facet again this season were there to be an injury. The team likes Hawley’s nastiness and that should earn him the starter spot at center again this season. Young bloods Josh Allen and Ben Gottschalk you get two players that transitioned to center while having experience at guard and tackle respectively. Allen has a mean streak in him with some good quick movement. Look for Allen to push for a roster spot of the two. Andrew DePaola is a mainstay the last few years on the Bucs roster coming out of Rutgers as the teams long snapping ace.

Top draft target by round:

  1. N/A
  2. Ryan Kelly, Alabama
  3. Max Tuerk, Southern Cal
  4. Jack Allen, Michigan State
  5. Evan Boehm, Missouri
  6. Austin Blythe, Iowa
  7. Marcus Henry, Boise State


Defense End

On roster: Robert Ayers, Jacquies Smith, Howard Jones, William Gholston, George Johnson, Kourtnei Brown, Martin Ifedi, Cliff Matthews


Ayers comes over from New York after posting a career year with 9.5 sacks. Ayers brings a veteran presence to the team but fans should temper excitement as Robert Ayers has regularly posted numbers in the 5.5 sack range over his career. Jack Smith returns and hopes to build off a great start in 2015 that soured quickly, as the Bucs top pass rusher failed to produce the second half of the season. Smith is best served as a rotational pass rusher and for this reason, the Buccaneers will be wise to look early and often for pass rush help in the draft. Howard Jones exploded out of nowhere for the Bucs to provide some pass rush relief but ultimately, it wasn’t enough as Jones proved to be a one-dimensional rusher. Gholston has served well for the team as a flexible inside-out player, seeing success as a bull rusher where he uses his length to rush from both tackle and strong side end. George Johnson disappointed as only a Buccaneer free agent end can disappoint. Johnson will look to get back to 2014 form where he posted 6 sacks as a rotational pass rusher for the Lions. Brown, Ifedi and Matthews are all unproven quantities that will struggle to make the roster. Via the 2016 draft, help should be on its way.

Top draft target by round:

  1. Noah Spence, Eastern Kentucky
  2. Emmanuel Ogbah, Oklahoma State
  3. Carl Nassib, Penn State
  4. Bronson Kaufusi, Brigham Young
  5. James Cowser, Southern Utah
  6. Matt Judon, Grand Valley State
  7. Alex McCalister, Florida



On roster: Gerald McCoy, Clinton McDonald, Akeem Spence, Derrick Lott, Davon Coleman


Gerald McCoy is who he is and what he is, a dynamic interior tackle that is going to get pressure on the quarterback. Around him is where the question marks begin. Clinton McDonald should regain his seat next to McCoy as the nose tackle now that he’s healthy and fans should expect Akeem Spence to biting at his heals for that starting job. The Bucs have two tackles there that both play the run well and help anchor things next to McCoy, neither guys however gets much pressure on the quarterback and that may be where the Buccaneers look to help bolster the pass rush aside from defensive end. Derrick Lott came out of Tennessee-Chattanooga and is a quick twitched tackle that is best suited at the 3-technique spot. Some speculation while coming out of college was that Lott could play end in a 3-4 and with Mike Smith in as defensive coordinator, Lott may just find himself a niche to make this roster. Davon Coleman was a priority UDFA for the Cowboys in 2014 and has since found himself on the Buccaneers practice squad. Coleman will have a steep hill to climb to make the roster.

Top draft target by round:

  1. DeForest Buckner, Oregon
  2. Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss
  3. Kenny Clark, UCLA
  4. Adolphus Washington, Ohio State
  5. D.J. Reader, Clemson
  6. Matt Ioannidis, Temple
  7. Greg Milhouse Jr., Campbell



On roster: Lavonte David, Kwon Alexander, Daryl Smith, Jeremiah George, Josh Keyes, Adarius Glanton, Darius Eubanks, Jermauria Rasco


The best core group on the entire team for the Buccaneers is at linebacker. With returning All-Pro talent Lavonte David, ascending MIKE linebacker Kwon Alexander and the arrival of veteran Daryl Smith to play the SAM position, this unit should be huge for the Tampa defense. Behind the starters we get to Josh Keyes and Jeremiah George who both have experience working along with Lavonte David and Kwon Alexander. Keyes and George will look to step into complimentary roles this season and potentially work into the mix at SAM learning under Daryl Smith. Neither play saw much action as the two combined for 2 solo tackles and 4 assists as a whole playing behind David, Alexander, Bruce Carter and Danny Lansanah. Glanton, Eubanks and Rasco are all still young players with Eubanks and Glanton spending several years in the league. None of the three stand a great chance to make the roster.

Top draft target by round:

  1. Myles Jack, UCLA
  2. Joshua Perry, Ohio State
  3. Deion Jones, LSU
  4. Tyler Matakevich, Temple
  5. Travis Feeney, Washington
  6. Antonio Morrison, Florida
  7. Dadi Nicolas, Virginia Tech


Johnthan Banks (27) and Alterraun Verner (21) - Getty Images

Johnthan Banks (27) and Alterraun Verner (21) – Getty Images


On roster: Brent Grimes, Alterraun Verner, Johnthan Banks, Jude Adjei-Barimah, Josh Robinson, C.J. Roberts, Joel Ross


Grimes comes in after an up and down 2015 that was preceded with two very good seasons for the near mid 30’s corner. Aggressive by nature, Grimes is the type of corner the team is expected to want when drafting the heir to the throne at corner. Banks and Verner both struggled to stay on the field in ’15, whether it was not seeing eye to eye with Lovie Smith, having too many voices in one room or whatever, they simply didn’t play well and the unit as a whole struggled thanks to it. Banks has the length and height you want in a division that has Julio Jones and Carolina’s twin towers. Verner was a premier nickel/slot guy for Tennessee but didn’t fit the bill outside for Lovie Smith. Could a move inside with Banks and Grimes outside be the key? Jude burst onto the scene and well, busted coverage’s as well. Josh Robinson came to the team this offseason from Minnesota where he struggled to locate the ball and in turn found himself out on the streets. C.J. Roberts and Joel Ross will struggle to make the team all together and all this summed up leads us to the draft…

Top draft target by round:

  1. Vernon Hargreaves III, Florida
  2. Mackensie Alexander, Clemson
  3. Deiondre’ Hall, Northern Iowa
  4. Will Redmond, Mississippi State
  5. Cyrus Jones, Alabama
  6. James Bradberry, Samford
  7. Ken Crawley, Colorado



On roster: Chris Conte, Bradley McDougald, Major Wright, Keith Tandy, Gerod Holliman, Kimario McFadden


Safety, much like corner, was a revolving door for a good part of the 2015 season. Conte proved to be the best of the bunch this past season and was rewarded with a contract offer. Bradley McDougald showed the most promise amongst the rest which included stints from Major Wright and Keith Tandy at times that didn’t work out so well. The safety group as a whole struggled to produce turnovers and struggled even more so to produce stops in the red zone. Gerod Holliman entered the team with a futures contract and may be a name to watch. The Louisville Cardinal product led the nation in interceptions but has a habit of jumping on play fakes and struggling to initiate contact in run lanes. With an offseason to prepare, Holliman could work his way onto the opening roster thanks to his natural ball skills. Kimario McFadden is another young gun prospect that is the opposite of Holliman in that he’s a down in the box safety that loves contact and playing the run. McFadden will struggle to make the roster unless a veteran or two like Major Wright are let go and at that, will have to fight with Holliman for any opening there may be.

Top draft target by round:

  1. Jalen Ramsey, Florida State
  2. Karl Joseph, West Virginia
  3. Darian Thompson, Boise State
  4. Sean Davis, Maryland
  5. Miles Killebrew, Southern Utah
  6. Jayron Kearse, Clemson
  7. Deon Bush, Miami


Florida State kicker Roberto Aguayo - 247Sports

Florida State kicker Roberto Aguayo – 247Sports

Special Team Specialist

On roster: Connor Barth, Bryan Anger, Jacob Schum, Patrick Murray


Barth and Murray scrapped it out twice now with Murray winning round one and then going down this past year with an injury. Neither kicker has shown to be flawless and the two will most likely battle it out on more time for supremacy. Schum handled the punting jobs last season and did an okay job of it but the team still went out and got Bryan Anger. Anger has a monster leg and could serve as the kickoff specialist on top of his punter duties. I would expect Anger to take the punting job and kickoffs with Barth ultimately taking the field goal job unless an unforeseen thing happens and the Bucs draft a kicker.

Top draft target by round:

  1. Roberto Aguayo, Florida State
  2. Roberto Aguayo, Florida State
  3. Roberto Aguayo, Florida State
  4. Roberto Aguayo, Florida State
  5. Roberto Aguayo, Florida State
  6. Roberto Aguayo, Florida State
  7. Roberto Aguayo, Florida State



The @BucsDraftBuff (Kyle M.) Draft Board for the 2016 NFL Draft


Rank Player Position School Class Grade
1 Myles Jack OLB UCLA Jr 9.3
2 Laremy Tunsil OT Ole Miss Jr 9.2
3 Jalen Ramsey CB Florida State Jr 9.1
4 Joey Bosa DE Ohio State Jr 8.5
5 DeForest Buckner DE Oregon Sr 8.4
6 Vernon Hargreaves III CB Florida Jr 8.4
7 Ezekiel Elliott RB Ohio State Jr 8.3
8 Noah Spence OLB Eastern Kentucky rJr 8.3
9 Taylor Decker OT Ohio State Sr 8.1
10 Darron Lee OLB Ohio State rSo 8.1
11 William Jackson III CB Houston Sr 8.1
12 Laquon Treadwell WR Ole Miss Jr 8.0
13 Karl Joseph SS West Virginia Sr 8.0
14 Ronnie Stanley OT Notre Dame rJr 8.0
15 Jaylon Smith OLB Notre Dame Jr 8.0
16 Sheldon Rankins DT Louisville Sr 8.0
17 Josh Doctson WR TCU rSr 7.9
18 Reggie Ragland ILB Alabama Sr 7.9
19 Jonathan Bullard DT Florida Sr 7.9
20 Jarran Reed DT Alabama Sr 7.9
21 Andrew Billings DT Baylor Jr 7.9
22 Emmanuel Ogbah DE Oklahoma State rJr 7.9
23 Michael Thomas WR Ohio State rJr 7.8
24 Jack Conklin OT Michigan State rJr 7.8
25 Leonard Floyd OLB Georgia rJr 7.8
26 Kentrell Brothers ILB Missouri rSr 7.8
27 A’Shawn Robinson DT Alabama Jr 7.8
28 Vernon Butler DT Louisiana Tech Sr 7.8
29 Shilique Calhoun DE Michigan State rSr 7.8
30 Shaq Lawson DE Clemson rJr 7.8
31 Eli Apple CB Ohio State rSo 7.8
32 Derrick Henry RB Alabama Jr 7.8
33 Corey Coleman WR Baylor rJr 7.7
34 Jeremy Cash SS Duke rSr 7.7
35 Cody Whitehair OG Kansas State rSr 7.7
36 Kevin Dodd DE Clemson rJr 7.7
37 Kendall Fuller CB Virginia Tech Jr 7.7
38 Mackensie Alexander CB Clemson rSo 7.7
39 Sterling Shepard WR Oklahoma Sr 7.6
40 Devontae Booker RB Utah rSr 7.6
41 Le’Raven Clark OT Texas Tech rSr 7.6
42 Germain Ifedi OT Texas A&M rJr 7.6
43 Shon Coleman OT Auburn rJr 7.6
44 Joshua Perry OLB Ohio State Sr 7.6
45 Robert Nkemdiche DT Ole Miss Jr 7.6
46 Kenny Clark DT UCLA Jr 7.6
47 Ryan Kelly C Alabama rSr 7.6
48 T.J. Green WR Clemson Jr 7.5
49 Tyler Boyd WR Pittsburgh Jr 7.5
50 Rashard Higgins WR Colorado State Jr 7.5
51 Hunter Henry TE Arkansas Jr 7.5
52 Vonn Bell SS Ohio State Jr 7.5
53 Jason Spriggs OT Indiana Sr 7.5
54 Kamalei Correa OLB Boise State Jr 7.5
55 Joshua Garnett OG Stanford Sr 7.5
56 Christian Westerman OG Arizona State rSr 7.5
57 Dominique Alexander ILB Oklahoma Jr 7.5
58 Darian Thompson FS Boise State rSr 7.5
59 Deiondre’ Hall FS Northern Iowa Sr 7.5
60 Sheldon Day DT Notre Dame Sr 7.5
61 Nick Martin C Notre Dame rSr 7.5
62 Austin Hooper TE Stanford rSo 7.4
63 C.J. Prosise RB Notre Dame rJr 7.4
64 Jordan Jenkins OLB Georgia Sr 7.4
65 Kyler Frackrell OLB Utah State rSr 7.4
66 Deion Jones OLB LSU Sr 7.4
67 Joe Dahl OG Washington State rSr 7.4
68 Javon Hargrave DT South Carolina State Sr 7.4
69 Carl Nassib DE Penn State rSr 7.4
70 Artie Burns CB Miami (Fla.) Jr 7.4
71 Jerald Hawkins OT LSU Jr 7.3
72 Will Fuller WR Notre Dame Jr 7.3
73 Braxton Miller WR Ohio State rSr 7.3
74 Kenneth Dixon RB Louisiana Tech Sr 7.3
75 Eric Striker OLB Oklahoma Sr 7.3
76 Vadal Alexander OG LSU Sr 7.3
77 Keanu Neal FS Florida Jr 7.3
78 Justin Simmons FS Boston College Sr 7.3
79 Chris Jones DT Mississippi State Jr 7.3
80 Shawn Oakman DE Baylor rSr 7.3
81 Harlan Miller CB Southeastern Louisiana Sr 7.3
82 Max Tuerk C Southern California Sr 7.3
83 Kenny Lawler WR California rJr 7.2
84 Leonte Carroo WR Rutgers Sr 7.2
85 Nick Vannett TE Ohio State rSr 7.2
86 Kevin Byard SS Middle Tennessee rSr 7.2
87 Paul Perkins RB UCLA rJr 7.2
88 Connor McGovern OG Missouri rSr 7.2
89 Jalen Mills FS LSU Sr 7.2
90 Sean Davis CB Maryland Sr 7.2
91 Xavien Howard CB Baylor rJr 7.2
92 Pharoh Cooper WR South Carolina Jr 7.1
93 Miles Killebrew SS Southern Utah Sr 7.1
94 Jordan Howard RB Indiana Jr 7.1
95 Willie Beavers OT Western Michigan rSr 7.1
96 Adolphus Washington DT Ohio State Sr 7.1
97 Will Redmond CB Mississippi State Sr 7.1
98 Graham Glasgow C Michigan rSr 7.1
99 Kolby Listenbee WR TCU rSr 7.0
100 John Theus OT Georgia Sr 7.0
101 Bronson Kaufusi DE Brigham Young Sr 7.0
102 Charles Tapper DE Oklahoma Sr 7.0
103 Aaron Burbidge WR Michigan State Sr 6.9
104 Keyarris Garrett WR Tulsa rSr 6.9
105 Jordan Payton WR UCLA Sr 6.9
106 Jerell Adams TE South Carolina Sr 6.9
107 Kenyan Drake RB Alabama Sr 6.9
108 Fahn Cooper OT Ole Miss rSr 6.9
109 Tyler Matakevich OLB Temple Sr 6.9
110 Cyrus Jones CB Alabama Sr 6.9
111 Tajae Sharpe WR Massachusetts Sr 6.8
112 Alex Collins RB Arkansas Jr 6.8
113 Sebastian Tretola OG Arkansas rSr 6.8
114 James Cowser DE Southern Utah rSr 6.8
115 Ronald Blair DE Appalachian State rSr 6.8
116 Evan Boehm C Missouri Sr 6.8
117 Thomas Duarte WR UCLA rJr 6.7
118 Malcolm Mitchell WR Georgia rSr 6.7
119 Kelvin Taylor RB Florida Jr 6.7
120 Travis Feeney OLB Washington rSr 6.7
121 Alex McCalister DE Florida Jr 6.7
122 De’Vondre Campbell OLB Minnesota rSr 6.6
123 Elandon Roberts ILB Houston Sr 6.6
124 Tyler Higbee TE Western Kentucky rSr 6.6
125 Jason Fanaika DE Utah rSr 6.6
126 D.J. White CB Georgia Tech Sr 6.6
127 Jaydon Mickens WR Washington Sr 6.5
128 Geronimo Allison WR Illinois Sr 6.5
129 Victor Ochi OLB Stony Brook Sr 6.5
130 Jack Allen C Michigan State rSr 6.5
131 Demarcus Robinson WR Florida Jr 6.4
132 Temarrick Hemingway TE South Carolina State rSr 6.4
133 Jayron Kearse SS Clemson Jr 6.4
134 Josh Ferguson RB Illinois rSr 6.4
135 Cole Toner OT Harvard Sr 6.4
136 Kavon Frazier SS Central Michigan Sr 6.3
137 Stephen Weatherly DE Vanderbilt rJr 6.3
138 Bryce Williams TE East Carolina rSr 6.3
139 Landon Turner OG North Carolina rSr 6.3
140 Blake Martinez ILB Stanford Sr 6.3
141 Antonio Morrison ILB Florida Sr 6.3
142 Deon Bush FS Miami (Fla.) Sr 6.3
143 Anthony Zettel DE Penn State rSr 6.3
144 James Bradberry CB Samford rSr 6.3
145 Matt Judon DE Grand Valley State rSr 6.2
146 Demarcus Ayers WR Houston Sr 6.1
147 Derrick Kindred SS TCU Sr 6.1
148 Halapoulivaati Vaitai OT TCU Sr 6.1
149 Dadi Nicolas OLB Virginia Tech rSr 6.1
150 Joe Schobert OLB Wisconsin Sr 6.1
151 Briean Boddy-Calhoun CB Minnesota rSr 6.1
152 Austin Blythe C Iowa rSr 6.1
153 Devon Cajuste TE Stanford rSr 6.0
154 Jake McGee TE Florida rSr 6.0
155 Aaron Green RB TCU rSr 6.0
156 Scooby Wright III OLB Arizona Jr 5.9
157 Trae Elston FS Ole Miss Sr 5.9
158 Jared Norris ILB Utah rSr 5.8
159 Ken Crawley CB Colorado Sr 5.8
160 Kyle Friend C Temple Sr 5.8
161 Spencer Drango OG Baylor rSr 5.8
162 Curt Maggit OLB Tennessee Jr 5.7
163 Hunter Sharp WR Utah State Sr 5.7
164 Terrance Smith OLB Florida State rSr 5.7
165 Josh Forrest ILB Kentucky rSr 5.7
166 Sean Price TE South Florida Sr 5.6
167 Marcus Henry C Boise State rSr 5.6
168 D’haquille Williams WR Auburn Sr 5.2

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6 Comments on Buccaneers Pre-Draft Overview

Kyle Marks said : author Report 3 months ago

Glad you enjoyed it, thanks for reading!

Kyle Marks said : author Report 3 months ago

Gotta give the fans what they want from time to time, right? lol

Kyle Marks said : author Report 3 months ago

Thank you and thanks for reading!

tollhouse13 said : Guest Report 3 months ago

TheBayCave Great article. Very well thought out.

Wicktastic said : Guest Report 3 months ago

GilArciaTBC BucsDraftBuff love the special teams stuff.... lol

DL808AllDay said : Guest Report 3 months ago

GilArciaTBC BucsDraftBuff good read w/ my morning coffee! lol. Keeps me updated from the West coast. Good work as usual!

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