The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are potentially looking to sell the fifth overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft; who could be potential buyers?
It is no secret that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are open to trading out of the fifth overall pick in the draft in order to add more draft capital. The Buccaneers do not need to pursue a quarterback in this year’s draft class, so trading back with a team that does need one could be a beneficial endeavor for general manager Jason Licht to explore.
With three weeks until the 2019 NFL Draft, no trade ups have been made prior to the draft like the New York Jets did a year ago. The New York Giants have gained the Cleveland Browns’ first round pick, the 17th pick in the draft in the trade of Odell Beckham Jr., but other than this, no movement up or down the board has taken place as teams have stayed put in their assigned draft slots.
However, questions still remain: If the Buccaneers traded back, who would they be trading with? Where would the Buccaneers move back to? What prospects could possibly be available at that pick? As we explore these scenarios, here are the five teams most likely to swing up to the fifth overall pick in the draft and execute a trade with the Buccaneers.