In the second edition of this 7-round mock for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, they go defense heavy, using four of their six selections on that side of the ball.
The goal of this blog is to pump out a 7-round mock draft once a week, starting last week and ending the day before the draft. In the first volume, the Bucs landed Florida offensive tackle Jawaan Taylor, however, with Donovan Smith unlikely to depart, tackle is not a top-five urgent need. This draft will have the Buccaneers going in a different direction.
From now and until the draft, the goad is to highlight potential targets at every pick and then the day before the draft, give a prediction. While we still have a couple months until the draft, the NFL Combine is less than a two weeks away, and that marks a monumental checkpoint in the pre-draft process.
Here in mid-February, here is volume two of the 7-round mock draft for the Bucs. With team needs in every level of the defense and at slot receiver and along the offensive line, expect Jason Licht and his team to hit those areas hard in April. In this mock, a number of SEC products will be selected, a Floridian will stay home, and a national champion makes his way to the Bay.
With the fifth pick in the 2019 NFL draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers select…
NOTE: the Bucs do not have a sixth rounder in this years draft at the moment.