The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have wrapped up their 2019 NFL Draft and are bringing home a haul of eight players; here are grades for the day-three picks.
The 2019 NFL Draft is finally complete, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers brought home a haul of eight total players. Of those eight players, the final four came on the third and final day of the draft on Saturday afternoon. The players selected by general manager Jason Licht and company include Anthony Nelson, Matt Gay, Scott Miller, and Terry Beckner Jr.
In past history, Licht has not had the best track record of winning drafts, as his bust rate remains fairly high, including quite possibly the entire 2016 draft class. Hoping to have found better value in this year’s draft entering a make-or-break 2019 season, Licht’s job may depend on it this time around.
It will be interesting to see how these draft picks play out as the Buccaneers opted to wait on pass rushing help until the fourth round and a defensive tackle in the seventh round. However, Licht did find some good value in on day-three as well.
Grading the Devin White pick as a B- based on the value at other defensive positions across the defensive line left, Sean Bunting as an A-, Jamel Dean as a C, and Mike Edwards as a B, here are grades for all four of the day-three selections as well. Take a deep breath, the draft is over, and relax with a nice read.