Who were the last five players chosen with the Buccaneers third round pick, number 84?
The Buccaneers are in the midst of final draft preparations. Thursday night in Philadelphia it all begins. Finally, all the talk comes to an end. All of the speculation is over. No more mocks, no more top lists, no more wonder. Finally, we will hear Roger Goodell and others walk across the stage and announce the draft class of 2017. It’s an exciting time for the college players, and it’s an exciting time to be a fan of the NFL.
Before that, we ramp up the talk about the draft. We’re fans and bloggers, what do we do best? Talk, of course! If we aren’t on the field, football fans are best at talking about what our teams should do, am I right? We all do it. You all know it. Especially at draft time, we can all talk football all day long. That’s why you are reading, and that’s why we all love the game.
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They say that those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it. Today, we are going to pay attention to history. In keeping with the theme, we are going to look back at draft history.
We have been going back and reviewing the recent selections in the Bucs current draft positions. We have covered their first round pick, number 19. The second choice has also been covered, number 50. Time to move on to the third round.
The Bucs pick number 84 in the third round. Time to take a look back at the last five players to be selected at number 84. We kick things off with the 2012 selection.