The Tampa Bay Buccaneers filled a handful of team needs through free agency and freed up the possibility of utilizing day-two picks to add future starters.
After filling some holes in free agency, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers can now push some of their team needs to the back burner and look to address them later in the draft, outside of the first round. In a class that is deep with elite defensive line and edge rushing talent, it would make sense for the Buccaneers to utilize their first round pick on one of those big named prospects.
Montez Sweat, Brian Burns, or if Tampa Bay is lucky enough to have them fall in their laps, Quinnen Williams or Josh Allen would be great fits to pair with Shaquil Barrett to get after opposing quarterbacks.
The Buccaneers also solidified their offensive line by keeping both tackles from a year ago around for the 2019 season; they also added starting pieces at wide receiver and linebacker in free agency with Breshad Perriman and Deone Bucannon respectively. Tampa Bay still has holes across their defense, and could be looking to add another offensive weapon or two in this year’s draft, however.
On the second day of the draft, the second and third rounds are called out and another chunk of players are snatched off of the board. Here are five targets that the Buccaneers could be targeting on day-two of the 2019 NFL Draft.