Who are the last five draft picks taken at number 50, the Buccaneers current second round position?
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The second round of the NFL draft has taken the Buccaneers on a roller coaster in the past. It certainly did that last year, did it not? The same draft that brought us Noah Spence in the second round, also brought us Roberto Aguayo.
That’s a roller coaster that had quite the steep drop.
Go back another year and we saw Donovan Smith and Ali Marpet, two current starters on the offensive line. A year before that it was Austin Seferian-Jenkins, a talented player but too much trouble to keep around the roster. Now he is the headache of the New York Jets.
That is why it makes for interesting discussion to look back into the history of different draft picks. Yesterday, we reviewed the last five picks at number 19, the team’s first round choice. Today we move the trip down memory lane to round two.
Jason Licht and the Bucs currently hold the 50th overall selection in the second round. Today we are going to look back at the last five selections at number 50. We start once again with 2016.