The Buccaneers 2011 draft class has finished their first four years in the league. How have they fared?
During this period of lead up to the NFL draft, it’s typical to do some analysis of drafts gone by. A fair period of time to evaluate a draft is after four years, but we have already reviewed the 2012 draft class. Instead, we go back one more year to look at the group from 2011. How did the Buccaneers’ class perform? Where are they now?
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Von Miller was part of an excellent class that included Cam Newton and A.J. Green. The 2011 draft class has made its mark on the NFL, and should continue to do so for many years to come. Let’s take a look at how the Bucs’ class performed, where they are, and give the group an overall grade.
Let’s get to the picks.
Next: Round One